- In the Herald: December 16, 1939
- The degree was for an original thesis on "The Anatomy of Hypsiprymnodon Moschatus (Musk Rat Kangaroo)". Sixteen of the 115 graduates from three faculties were women. The scene at the Cronulla Railway Station on December 17, 1939.
- Australian researchers design the world's first radio-tracking drone to track
- Rat-kangaroos, or Hypsiprymnodon moschatus, is a marsupial species found only in the Australian rainforest. The researchers believe that the success in designing the radio-tracking system is a big step toward scientific animal tracking.
- Climate Change Could Wipe Out the World's Smallest Kangaroo [Video]
- The musky rat-kangaroo (Hypsiprymnodon moschatus), which reaches just 35 centimeters in length, lives in a tiny stretch of tropical rainforest on Australia's northeastern coast. According to researchers from the University of Queensland (U.Q.
- Rainforests are the Only Home for the World's Smallest Kangaroo
- Tropical rainforests must be conserved to protect the last few remaining musky rat-kangaroos, researchers say.
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