Remarkable cases of feral animals (domesticated animals which became wild again) living within the boundaries of WHS.
The connection belongs to Ecology connections.
- Grand Canyon: Home of both Wild ("feral") horses (Mustangs) and Burros (donkeys). One such burro became famous in the book/movie "Brighty of the Grand Canyon" en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brighty_of_the_Grand_Canyon They are protected by the "Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act (1971) except in NPs where, as "invasive" non-native species, they are eradicated. In 1979 (the year of its inscription) such action in the Grand Canyon led to a celebrated rescue by animal welfare campaigners Link
- Greater Blue Mountains: Dingo
- Komodo National Park: 'feral animals form important prey species for the Komodo monitor' (AB evaluation)
- Los Alerces National Park: minks from the nearby fur farm at Cholila
- St. Kilda: Boreray Link
- Uluru: Particularly Camels Link
Do you know of another WHS we could connect to Feral Animals?
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