- Breakthrough in southern quokka conservation
- Quokkas (Setonix brachyurus) in the southern forests between Nannup and Denmark are partial to different habitats to their cousins in the northern jarrah forests, highlighting the need for tailored conservation techniques in southern Western Australia.
- Evolution provides 'leg up' for bandicoots and bilbies
- She found that compared to the western grey kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus), brush wallaby (Macropus irma), quokka (Setonix brachyurus) and brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula), the limbs of both species were relatively muscly, with muscles ...
- Mapping the future of Rottnest's furry friends
- We all know Rottnest Island's iconic quokkas (Setonix brachyurus) love eating treats from tourists and poking around inside public buildings but local researchers have identified plant species on the island that the quokkas need for food and shelter.
- Rottnest marine sanctuaries inadequate for prized fish
- April 9, 2015. We all know Rottnest Island's iconic quokkas (Setonix brachyurus) love eating treats from tourists and poking around inside public buildings but local researchers have identified plant species on the island that the quokkas .
- A cold snap in Victoria prompted some experimentation with bubbles and the weather
- "During a cold snap here in Victoria my wife came up with the kooky idea that I should go out into the blistering cold and blow bubbles to see if they would freeze. So I found a bottle of kids' bubble mix and off I went.
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