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- “Wambenger” is an Aboriginal word for a small Australian marsupial also known as a phascogale (pronounced fas-koh-gale). This name means “pouched weasel” and was used by early European settlers because of the animal's similarity to the tenacious ...
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- Mr Rakai had been on the ground in Western Australia's south-west hoping to capture images of the endangered red-tailed phascogale when he happened upon the trapped tabby. "It was probably the nastiest feral cat I've come across," Mr Rakai said.
Phascogale is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Phascogale books and related discussion.
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