King’s Cross may only have a little urban wildlife, but what it does have is valuable and worth saving. This morning conservationists welcomed the rarely seen native King’s Cross Tiger to the north end of Battlebridge Basin. Basking in the winter sunlight, the Tiger commented, “I am the champion and you’re gonna hear me roar”. But sadly, no roar was forthcoming.
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