One of Australia’s tiniest mammals is heading for extinction, but you can help

One of Australia’s tiniest mammals is heading for extinction, but you can help

They weigh around 15 grams, the same as a 50 cent coin. They devour vast quantities of insects. And they’re in real trouble. Our new research has found the critically endangered southern bent-wing bat is continuing to decline. Its populations are centered on just three “maternity” caves in southeast South Australia and southwest Victoria, where […]

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80 critically endangered spotted tree frogs are jumping back into the wild in New South Wales

80 critically endangered spotted tree frogs are jumping back into the wild in New South Wales

80 critically endangered spotted tree frogs are leaping back into the wild in NSW two years after the 2019-20 summer bushfires nearly wiped out the species. “Despite all the challenges this species has suffered, releasing these 80 spotted tree frogs back into the wild is a reminder to have optimism about the conservation work we’re […]

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