Science & Environment
A critical population of rare rock-wallabies rescued from the flames of the Black Summer fires is finally returned home safely.
When you think of kangaroos and wallabies, you probably don’t think of the temperate climate, unsettled weather and agricultural lands of England. Yet on such pastures, the red-necked wallaby has found a home.
The new film Kangaroo: A Love-Hate Story has raised some serious questions about our kangaroos.
For a long time after it was first discovered back in 1924 it was assumed that the purple-necked rock-wallabies purple colouration came from encounters with rocks or vegetation.
With less than 400 left on the mainland, an emergency translocation has given hope in the survival of one of Australia’s most endangered mammals – the Mala.
An inquisitive joey checks out the view in Granite Gorge, North Queensland