RSPCA, Animal Justice Party want Tasmanian laws looked at

Ryan Young
Updated July 2 2021 - 2:24am, first published June 27 2020 - 3:00am
CONTROVERSIAL IMAGE: A Facebook post which showed Tasmanian hunters in front of 140 dead pademelons has sparked outrage online. Picture: Animal Justice Party/Facebook
CONTROVERSIAL IMAGE: A Facebook post which showed Tasmanian hunters in front of 140 dead pademelons has sparked outrage online. Picture: Animal Justice Party/Facebook

A photo of hunters in front of 140 dead pademelons has sparked outrage on social media and led to renewed calls for improved animal protection laws in Tasmania.

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Ryan Young

Ryan Young

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Journalist at The Examiner in Launceston via the Daily Liberal at Dubbo.

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