We’re going to call it the ‘Jurassic Park Approach’. When faced with the potential extinction of a critically endangered ancient species, Federal Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek’s default position seems to be … captive breeding.
‘When the minister promised no new extinctions on her watch, I don’t think the Australian public imagined that meant we would have a threatened species zoo…’ mocked a marine campaigner.
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