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Wildlife sanctuary can be yours for free, if you're willing to take care of it

It's not everyday someone gives away their livelihood for free, but one wildlife sanctuary owner is ready to. Harry Kunz owns Eagle's Nest Wildlife Hospital in Queensland, Australia and he's after a successor who is not motivated by money, but is prepared to look after the two hectares of land and take care of orphaned and injured animals.  SEE ALSO: Toad stacking? It's an Australian thing, don't question it.
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Wildlife campaigner Harry Kunz is hoping to give away the animal sanctuary he established in Queensland, Australia, to someone who can continue his life's work.


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