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SOUTHERN BROWN BANDICOOT
"Living life in the fast lane"
This friendly, solitary marsupial omnivore has a backwards-facing pouch that prevents it being filled with dirt when digging for food.
Amazingly, they are weaned at 2 months, can breed at 3 months and after a short 12 day gestation period can produce up to 5 young per litter.
Commercial fishing from the beach near Hamelin Bay for
WEST AUSTRALIAN SALMON
"you call this working!?"
The CANNING STOCK ROUTE
is one of the most remote and isolated 4WD tracks in the world and travellers should be extremely well prepared before undertaking this 1900 km trek thru the Gibson and Great Sandy Deserts.
In 1859, wild English rabbits were released on a property near Victoria and were soon spreading across Australia at a speed of up to 100 kilometres per year in plague proportions.
By 1894, they crossed the Nullarbor Plain to the WA border and a decision was made to protect agriculture in the west.
Still in use today but mainly as an emu barrier.