NSW Mouse plague: Boom in snakes and predator birds a natural outcome

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By Penny Burfitt
Updated June 15 2021 - 1:29pm, first published May 24 2021 - 7:00am
A natural consequence of the mouse plague should be a rise in reptiles like snakes, and predatory birds. Picture: The Land

NSW's mouse plague is likely to lead to a boom in other wild animals, experts have said, with populations of reptiles like snakes and lizards, predator birds and possibly frogs and insects set to rise.

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