Holy gods, this place:
As Don Driscoll returned from a snow trip in Kosciuszko National Park this winter, he was confronted with a disturbing sight.
At Dead Horse Gap, the Australian National University environment professor chanced upon a dead brumby, with three other brumbies standing around it.
"Two of the horses had their snouts inside the gaping stomach cavity of the dead horse and they were eating out the insides of it," he said.
"We were really quite shocked to see that, we just couldn't believe our eyes.Pretty sure we'll soon find out they're venomous. And can fly. Because...Australia.
I must also note that "Dead Horse Gap" - well where else would you find cannibal horses?
• Photo, not of brumbies, from here.