- Endangered Bettongs visit students after being saved by Mulligan's Flat
- The ACT government allocated $900,000 in its budget to allow 30 Eastern Bettongs to be reintroduced from Tasmania to Mulligans Flat and Tidbinbilla nature reserves in 2012. The predator-proof spaces have since helped the population climb to more than ...
- All hands on deck to trap northern bettong in the name of conservation
- She said while the kinds of truffles bettong ate looked similar to those used in upscale restaurants, they certainly did not taste the same.
- View from the Zoo: Wallaby move keeps genetics diverse
- Other marsupials include the numbat, bandicoots, bettongs, the bilby, quolls, and the quokka.
- Amazing but overlooked bettongs: the case for Australia's small hopper
- One example is an underappreciated group of small wallabies called bettongs, rabbit-sized bouncers once widespread across Australia but now reduced to just a few small colonies and captive populations. The tale of the bettong isn't an uncommon one in ...
- Bettongs bolster sandalwood chances
- “Bettongs present a non-invasive way for sandalwood seeds to get dispersed and create a low-impact way of contributing to the revegetation of sandalwood,” Dr Chapman says. Credit: Judy Dunlop. Burrowing bettongs (Bettongia lesueur) play an important ...
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