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Little turtle troubles

On a recent trip to Indonesia I was lucky to visit some remote and pristine islands practically untouched by humans. In a stark contrast others have been totally transformed by growing populations and pollution. We cant help but be confronted and compelled to question our throwaway society and the destruction we have on the environment…
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Keeping an ear on things

Silky the squirrel glider possum keeping her eyes and ears on everyone at theĀ Kensington Community FestivalĀ at one of our Wildlife Xposure wildlife displays.
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Rare beauty

Working with animals I have some very interesting friends and this one is very special. Mary is a 50 year old plus giant Mery river turtle. This species are the second most endangered turtle in Australia and in the top 25 in the world. In the 60s and 70s their population was decimated by the…
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Wildlifexposure interview on the Today show

More media attention! It all started with a story in the local paper, but it didnt stop there we ended up on national TV! If you missed our interview on the Today show this week check it out, our 3 minutes of fame.. Note, we have about 150 individual animals with up to 50 different…
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