The genetically distinct glossy black cockatoos of Kangaroo Island are in a precarious place following the 2019/2020 bushfires, but things are slowly looking up.
Look at that face.
This extremely rare image of a Kangaroo Island dunnart was captured on a DSLR camera trap system that took seven nights to achieve – adjusting focus, lighting and camera positions to target the animal’s regular movements.
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