Outback farmers lead charge Wolf Pack Hunts A Hare 1 day ago   01:17

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As Australians head to the polls this week after the country's hottest-ever summer, outback farmers -- walloped by epic fires, floods and heatwaves -- are leading the fight against climate change, making it one of the election's key issues.

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Wolf Pack Hunts A Hare Outback farmers lead charge 1 day ago   04:06

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A diet of Leverett's will not be enough to sustain a growing pup or feed an entire Wolf pack, so bigger prey is needed. The problem is bigger prey like the Hare are incredibly agile and can run up to speeds of 60 km per hour. If this Wolf pack are not going to go hungry, they will need to hunt as a unit. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub

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