Scots charity defeats South Gerogia rats
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Scots charity defeats South Georgia rats

The biggest rat eradication programme ever undertaken appears to have rid South Georgia island in the South Atlantic of its pest problem. A survey of the British Overseas Territory has found no trace of the rodents that had been attacking the local birdlife. Alison Neil is the chief executive of the Dundee-based South Georgia Heritage Trust. She spoke with our science correspondent Jonathan Amos.

  • 09 May 2018