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Grampians rock wallabies
john s
9/11/2012
8:32:00 AM
Video of the latest release - hope they do better this time!

http://media.theage.com.au/news/national-news/run-free-wallaby-3757974.html

Superstu
9/11/2012
8:56:17 AM
Yay for brush tailed rock wallabies!


Their cuzins in NSW seem to be breeding happily... (photo taken down the wolgan recently)




nmonteith
9/11/2012
9:05:47 AM
On 9/11/2012 john s wrote:
>Video of the latest release - hope they do better this time!
>
>http://media.theage.com.au/news/national-news/run-free-wallaby-3757974.html

Did the last ones die?
john s
9/11/2012
9:51:15 AM
On 9/11/2012 nmonteith wrote:

>Did the last ones die?

Many of them did - from all sorts of problems - one was killed by rockfall in a little cave!!

Cool Hand Lock
9/11/2012
11:11:50 AM
Are these the same as the Arapiles wallabies?

JamesMc
9/11/2012
5:43:35 PM
Excellent news.

JamesMc
kieranl
9/11/2012
8:34:55 PM
On 9/11/2012 Cool Hand Lock wrote:
>Are these the same as the Arapiles wallabies?
No.

billk
12/11/2012
3:13:42 PM
On 9/11/2012 Cool Hand Lock wrote:
>Are these the same as the Arapiles wallabies?

I think all the wallabies at Araps are swamp wallabies. They are very common, whereas rock wallabies are critically endangered.
PDRM
14/11/2012
12:17:35 PM
We sponsored the breeding program and did all the genomics for it here at our labs.

P

jkane
14/11/2012
1:13:32 PM
On 12/11/2012 billk wrote:
> ...swamp wallabies. They are very common

I've seen a few swamp donkies in Horsham on the drive up. They are also quite common.

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