by Nelson .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||58|
From elusive echidnas to adorable wombats, Australia boasts some of the most unique wildlife on the planet. Nowhere else in the world can you watch kangaroos hop across beautiful pastures, spot koalas sleeping in gum trees or snorkel with schools of fish on the Great Barrier Reef. See saltwater crocodiles in their natural habitat, snap a selfie. Australia’s mammalian wildlife is unique from the rest of the world. The dingo, or wild dog, is our largest carnivorous mammal, while the numbat, quoll and Tasmanian devil are each generally the size of an average house cat. People feel free in Australia. It’s a place to relax. Feel the sand between your toes and get as close to nature as you can. Travelling to Australia is one of the best ways to support bushfire recovery, but there are several other ways to help, too. With a rich indigenous history, delicious food, and unique wildlife, Australia offers. The key is understanding of Australia's diverse wildlife and fauna; what seems safe is often deadly. The Australian Wildlife Conservancy is the largest private owner of land for conservation in the country which is dedicated to protecting endangered species across million hectares of land in the most popular regions such as the Kimberley.
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