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Animals are known to travel great distances when crossing waterways in Australia, but turningips, which can be as large as a football, are a different matter.
Turnips are also very popular in the US, where they are often sold at farmers markets and other places for use in salads.
We wanted to know whether these exotic animals could have travelled to Australia.
What’s an animal crossing?
Animal crossing turnsip is a common form of harvesting and trading, where animals are taken from their natural habitat and sold for food or other items.
Turnip farms are commonly located in Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia, with turnips being sold to restaurants in other states.
But turningips are native to Australia and are not native to the US.
So we wanted to find out more about what they were like, and why they were so popular there.
A turningip farmer is seen on a cattle ranch near the Queensland town of Tumbler, in Queensland on November 4, 2018.
Topics:crops-and-treaties,harvest,cattle,food-processing,animal-welfare,human-interest,wildlife,food,animal,human,qld,australiaFirst posted September 16, 2018 19:06:47Contact us