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From the BBC great story
http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-35039105

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A very good story. Thanks, David.

The article says the stretch of water is 20 to 30 m wide. The photo shows that it's more like 200 to 300 meters.

I didn't see it mentioned that foxes are an introduced species on the mainland. Humans, bats, rodents and dingos were the only placental creatures on the continent when Cook arrived.
 
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I think the humans first go at colonoisation introduced the dingos and some rodents oh and the humans too
The only true natives being bats

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Actually, there were two pre-human waves of rodent arrival. Millions of years before humans. All related to those in New Guinea. They have broken off into several native subspecies.

Since European contact, many more creatures have arrived and gone feral.
 
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I may have got confused with New Zealand
 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tE7thjLAJ0

Here is a link to the film

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2xPfTu7EuE

Even better the real folks
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