Bettongs learning to survive

Kimberley Solly - Friday, June 17, 2016

Followers of our blog would be familiar with the ARC linkage project with UNSW titled 'Tackling Prey Naivety' that has been in full swing at Arid Recovery. If you need a refresher why not check out these blogs: Spot our newest members of the Arid Recovery family, How the tricky stickies got their name - How to catch a rat!, Quoll-ity time at Arid Recovery, Bettongs behaving...badly?

The project recently had a feature in the Sunday Mail and Herald Sun







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