Basil bites back

October 1995
Wild: Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine;Oct-Dec95, Issue 58, p17
Reports on the April 1995 issue of the `NSW Public Health Bulletin' regarding a fox biting sleeping campers in Kangaroo Valley, Queensland. Subsequent trapping and shooting of the suspected culprit; Autopsy and extensive testing of the animal.


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