The distribution and relative abundance of camels in Australia
Short, J., Caughley, G., Grice, D. and Brown, B. (1988) The distribution and relative abundance of camels in Australia. Journal of Arid Environments, 15 (1). pp. 91-97.
Aerial survey of much of mainland Australia indicated a minimum population of feral Camelus dromedarius of 43 000. Most were in sand-dune desert across the broad band of country from Port Hedland in Western Australia to Innamincka in South Australia. Over 50% were in Western Australia
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