Our tiny ally: How fleas are helping us protect nature from rabbits

Rabbits are a major problem for our plants and animals across Australia, as well as our agriculture. They breed quickly, and are able to substantially change vegetation as their numbers grow. Because of this, they are a major threat to over 300 of Australia's threatened species

In our latest video, we interview Mackenzie Kwak, a parasitologist from the Centre for AgriBioscience in Melbourne about how fleas are helping us to reduce the impacts of rabbits on nature, and us.