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Free-ranging cats kill thousands of species — and some of them are endangered, study finds

Free-ranging cats are “invasive carnivores” and among “the most problematic invasive species in the world,” according to a recent study published in the journal Nature. Defining “free-ranging cats” as “owned or unowned cats with access to the outdoor environment,” researchers from the United States, Australia, New Zealand and France reviewed 533 studies on free-range cat diets to learn more about their impact on local ecosystems....

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