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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.
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