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Golden Bandicoots Return to the Desert

UNSW Newswire Golden bandicoots have returned to the Strzelecki Desert in far-west NSW after a 100-year absence thanks to the Wild Deserts team, a partnership between UNSW Sydney scientists and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. Up to 40 golden… Continue Reading →

Overlooked for Decades, this Shy Little Wallaby has a White Moustache and Shares its Name with a Pub Meal.

By Elliott Dooley and Matt Hayward, University of Newcastle For many people, the term “wallaby” may describe a single species, or rather just a small kangaroo. So you may be surprised to learn there are actually more than 50 known… Continue Reading →

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