In the US, we’ve grown accustomed to seeing birds of prey (BOPs) and other small mammals (SMNs).
In Australia, we have a completely different situation with the small mammals we see as part of the bush.
But the big-game wildlife is getting more and more rare, according to a new study.
The Australian Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (AEDEP) has released its new assessment of the Australian big-animal population.
AEDEP is the government body tasked with managing and managing wildlife in the country.
Its assessment of Australian big mammals is based on a comprehensive suite of measures including the presence and numbers of wild animals, the presence of big game, and their habitat.
These measures are all important because, in the words of a spokesman, they help “keep Australia’s wildlife and wildlife-related environments healthy and stable”.
The new AEDep report is titled Big Mammals and Australia’s Wildlife in 2030.
The report is a summary of previous studies by a wide range of government agencies and academics and has been published online.
Here are the key findings from the report.
There is a big gap in the data collection in Australia about how many animals are in the wild.
In 2013, there were more than 6,500 animals in the Australian wild.
The number of mammals in the environment increased from less than 400 animals in 2000 to more than 1,700 in 2030, according the report, which is due to be released later this month.
The big-games include the giant marsupial, the Tasmanian devil, the golden eagle, the giant panda and the giant groundhog.
There are no animals in captivity in Australia.
The main reason for this is that they are too big to be housed in animal parks.
But we still have a big problem in the bush, says the report’s author, Dr Richard McPherson, an expert on Australian big game.
We have no evidence that we’re going to be able to keep them in captivity and release them into the wild, he says.
“There’s not a single species that can be rehabilitated to be kept as an animal.
We just have to manage them in a humane way.”
In the past, large mammals were often housed in small animal parks that were often poorly managed and the animals tended to become sick.
The AEDP study notes that in most of the big mammals listed as protected species in Australia, the population was stable or increasing.
This is because the Australian government protected the species in a number of ways, such as through laws and other policy, through the creation of the Species Survival Plan and the establishment of the National Parks Council.
This includes a number to protect the population, such the Tasmanians big marsupials, and a number for the environment, such large panda populations in the Kalimantan rainforest and the golden eagles in the Kimberley rainforest.
There was a huge spike in the number of big mammals being in the landscape, and that has to do with our changing habitat, the AEDE spokesperson says.
The numbers of large mammals in Australia are on the rise, with a total of 8.8 million animals listed as big game in the report (there are a further 3.5 million big mammals and the remaining animals are not included in this number).
It says the big animals in Australia were more prevalent than previously thought because of the decline in large mammal numbers, particularly in Victoria and South Australia.
But, as the report notes, there are other reasons why big animals are moving into the landscape.
The increase in populations of the large marsupinal, the large pandas and the big groundhogs, which are known to be aggressive towards other species, are all linked to the development of human-dominated landscapes in many parts of Australia, such roads, roads and infrastructure, says Dr McPhearson.
The land is changing.
The landscape is changing, the land is being disturbed.
We’ve had some really big impacts in terms of the amount of species that are in our landscape, he adds.
“We’ve seen huge changes in landscape, in landscape change, in vegetation and in habitat, and this has led to a huge increase in the numbers of big animals.”
The big game is also finding it increasingly difficult to survive.
The researchers note that the increase in numbers of giant marsupsial and giant groundhog, which can be dangerous and aggressive, and which can also cause problems with people, is not a result of humans encroaching on the landscape but of the development on roads and roads that are already there.
This has resulted in more people coming into the area, and the researchers say the increased number of people has contributed to the increased numbers of animals.
The research team also notes that there is a huge gap in knowledge about how to manage big game populations in Australia and how to control them.
The authors of the Aeds report point out that the big game population in Australia is growing rapidly, especially in Victoria