Stefica Nicol Bikes of Reuters reports on a conservation tool that is saving endangered species in Australia.
- Australian conservation biologist Matt Stephens has invented a tool called the Hollowhog which creates tree hollows in a matter of hours. In nature this process takes 70-100 years.
- Tree hollows are critical for providing food and shelter to 303 of Australia’s native habitats.
- These artificially made tree hollows will last for hundreds of years and will be key to conserving endangered species.
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