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Bettongia Penicillata

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Australia's south west: a hotspot for wildlife and plants that deserves World
The Brush-tailed bettong or Woylie (Bettongia penicillata) was until recently very abundant in the south west but, starting in 2006, it has suffered a dramatic decline and is now currently listed as Critically Endangered. Nobody knows why.
Woylie woes continue despite reproductive success
“The woylies have an amazing ability to reproduce and produce young but when I started this project in 2010, there were four sub populations in the wild and now there are only three,” he says. Credit: Craig Thompson. Despite recent recovery efforts and ...
Australian endangered species list
ACCORDING TO THE IUCN Red List of endangered species, Australia has 86 animal species that are considered Critically Endangered. A species is considered Critically Endangered by the ICUN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature) if it ...
Cats revealed as culprit in woylie's 'whodunnit' story
FORENSIC analysis has helped reveal a culprit in the decline of the woylie (Bettongia penicillata). The cuddly marsupial was once heralded as a poster child in the resurrection of declining native mammal species.
Australian endangered species: Woylie
An example of one of these species is the Woylie or Brush-tailed Bettong (Bettongia penicillata).

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