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The Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Centre is entirely focused on rehabilitating and releasing WA's imperiled black cockatoos.
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The native rodent hadn't been seen since 1987.
You don't have to travel far from home to go wildlife spotting – and now is the best time to do it.
It seems hard to believe a kangaroo could climb trees, but they are surprisingly adept at clambering between the branches
Part of the ringtail possum family, this greater glider lacks the typical prehensile tail
The dingo has been given its own species status, recognising that it is not descended from dogs or wolves.
Bennett's wallabies are special for two reasons: their white coat, and their penchant for poppies.
This gorgeous little bilby joey is in need of a name and you can help Taronga Zoo find the right one