Aerial Monofluoroacetate in New Zealand’s Forests

Aerial Monofluoroacetate in New Zealand’s Forests

Annually, the New Zealand Department of Conservation (DoC) and the New Zealand Animal Health Board (AHB) drop from the air food laced with enough of an “extremely hazardous” (17) poison (sodium monofluoroacetate, also called compound 1080) into New Zealand’s unique forest ecosystems to kill every person in New Zealand 8 times over.

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