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May 26, 2020, 3:08 pm journal joueurs

Fears aired over paradise dam water release caused by fears of wildlife death

A group of residents in Victoria has received a letter threatening to take legal action against the dam industry.

"It's something we've had to deal with as residents for many years and we're shocked that something this important has gone unpunished so quickly," one resident told 7.30.

Victoria Police arrested a woman who was driving a rented lorry after receiving a call that "a large animal was attacking and biting its way through" her vehicle.

The driver was detained on Sunday while trying to check up on the animal.

The letter from Victoria Wildlife was sent to the Victorian Department of Environment and Heritage on Tuesday, stating: "In view of the serious risk the animal poses to both the public and our wildlife, we request you not to carry out any further releases."

"We have been notified that any further releases are likely to cause significant damage to animals and we request the following from you, the state government:

  • that you provide additional details of your animals, including name and date of birth"

  • that you conduct any investigation requested into how the animals are treated in captivity or how their life expectancy can change."

The state government said its response is not final, and it will be forwarded to the Environment Department.

An earlier version of the letter stated that wildlife was "a natural occurrence", when it was in fact an "active and aggressive species which will seek to prey on any human or animal."

The Victorian Wildlife Association's Dr Scott Bierk told 7.30 the warning letter was not a threat.

"I don't believe there's any wildlife-type threat. A lot of people have thought there's a species of bird but it's been like that for so long," he said.

"We have a lot of birds we work with every year, so it's a matter of us talking to the owners about how to maintain the health and welfare of the birds in the future."

Dr Bierk also dismissed the threat to the dam industry and said the letters had come as a great surprise.

"I think many in the industry think this has been swept under the rug by Victoria's Environmental Protection Minister, Greg Hunt," he said.

"We're really lucky that no-one got killed, but we're really worried that what has happened has been a massive tragedy for the species."

The Victorian Wildlife Association has urged all residents in the region to stay in place and call local emergency services if they are concerned about wildlife.

"We just have to keep to our principles," its President Tom McLean said.

"We don't want anyone to be involved in anything that might no 온라인카지노 더킹카지노

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