Emma Spencer, a Ph.D. student at the University of Sydney, set up a range of cameras in the outback alongside a range of animal carcasses to study the progress of their impact upon the area at the Bush Heritage Australia’s Ethabuka Reserve. To her surprise, her cameras caught a feral cat eating the carcass of an entire kangaroo.

University of Adelaide ecologist John Read said that environmental impacts, specifically a tough drought in New South Wales and South Australia, might have driven cats to become scavengers, which is not within their normal natures. Then again, Australians are known to be tough and their cats are likely even tougher, so don’t fall asleep when your cat is hungry or it might wind up eating you too.

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