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Jul 05 2016

True tales of Tasmania’s wild cattle of Pelion Plains

In the 1930s it was not snakes, tigers or bushrangers that terrified people venturing into central Tasmania — it was the wild cattle of Pelion Plains.

But unlike legends of big cats roaming the wilderness, the stories of aggressive beasts in the Central Highlands are firmly based in reality.

Early last century, Pelion Plains, north of Lake Saint Clair in central Tasmania, was renowned for its luscious grassy plains.

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