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Understorey: Threatened

Wednesday 4th January / presented by Elizabeth PO’

The first edition of Understorey for 2012 uncovers two of Western Australia’s threatened native marsupials, the Rufous-Hare Wallaby and the Northern Quoll.

Keith Morris of the DEC discusses the Rufous-Hare Wallaby, or Mala with Danielle Bowler, while Doctor Blair Parsons shares his knowledge of the Northern Quoll with Nicolo Jelovsek.

They discuss the features of the two marsupials, their habitats, threats and what actions are being taken to sustain these native species.

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