As you can imagine, in our rescue and rehabilitation group, vehicle collisions make up the bulk of reasons why kangaroos and wallabies come into our care. Regrettably, it can be hard to convince councils to put up warning signs on our roads or to try to convince them to possibly reduce the speed limit to a more realistic speed to reduce the accidents and possible deaths to both humans and animals alike.
Just before his pre-flight check, before release on Sunday night.
This very cute, adult feather-tailed glider was found by a member of the public when their cat had it in its mouth.
He is very fortunate that there were no injuries and was moving around quite normally.
Mammalian meat allergy is on the rise in Australia and the surprising cause – a tick bite.
This latest information from ABC Catalyst program has Dr Jonica Newby meeting Dr Sheryl van Nunen, the clinician who discovered the link.