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Not in Spain but the logic can be applied here without doubt. This article from the BBC is fascinating: https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20230217-should-new-zealand-cats-be-kept-indoors
“There is evidence of them eating penguins,” she adds. “They’re up in the mountains eating endangered lizards. They’re widespread. And in this country, unlike the UK, when a species goes extinct like the Eurasian crane, we don’t have the luxury of just slipping over to Germany to get more birds to then start up a new population. You know, extinction is forever in this country.”
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