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Phylogeography of the antilopine wallaroos (Macropus antilopinus) across tropical northern Australia

Authors: Jessica J Wadley, Damien A Fordham, Vicki A Thomson, Euan G Ritchie and Jeremy J Austin

Published in: Ecology and Evolution (early view)

Abstract… 347 more words


The World's Largest Marsupials Visiting Us at Home in Angaston

Kangaroos at home near the drive down in front of the house.  Obviously coming out to enjoy the couple of warm, sunny days we had last week.   159 more words

Barossa Valley

Kangaroo Kourt

Joey Pesci: “Does the defendant’s case hold a joey in its pouch?”

Marsupia Tomei: “No. It. Does. Not!”


A Land Down Under

A unique world of its own, Australia has always been a dream destination of mine. This beautiful land is teeming with a variety of rare creatures, seen nowhere else in the world. 447 more words


More notoungulates leave this extinct clade.

Some of the taxa I met this weekend, and you’ll meet shortly,
I’ve never heard of before. Even so, here’s another paleo story waiting to be told. 721 more words

Reptile Family Tree

New Bilby Exhibit at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

I have never seen a bilby in the wild so I was really happy when I heard that there was a brand new bilby exhibit at… 344 more words