CSIRO release French fungus at Port Campbell's London Bridge to tackle invasive sea spurge

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By Jessica Greenan
Updated April 5 2022 - 3:02am, first published 2:48am
REFUGE: Great Ocean Road tourist destination London Bridge is home to a small colony of little penguins, but also a growing sea spurge population. Picture: Parks Victoria

An invasive sea spurge is taking over large sections of vital nesting ground for Port Campbell's beloved penguins, but a possible solution to the problem may be as simple as it is unusual.

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Jessica Greenan

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Journalist at The Warrnambool Standard. Send me news tips at jess.greenan@austcommunitymedia.com.au or call 0456 901 194

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