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  • Video: Is this Australia's Cutest Animal?

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    The Common Wombat is one of Australia's wildlife icons - but how much do you know about them?   Transcript: Common Wombats are large, 'barrel-shaped' marsupials, weighing 20-30kg (44-66lb) when fully grown. They are found across south-eastern Australia in Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Tasmania. Females have backward-facing pouches...

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  • Video: You Think You've Seen Crazy Cats?!

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    Once abundant across south-eastern mainland Australia, the Eastern Quoll is now only found on Australia's island state of Tasmania.   Transcript: Once referred to as a native cat, the Eastern Quoll (Dasyurus viverrinus) is a small nocturnal marsupial, endemic to south-eastern Australia. For millions of years, Eastern Quolls were found across...

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  • Video: Whale Watching in Western Australia is back!

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    It's official! Naturaliste Charters are back out on the water and they're seeing plenty of Humpback Whales! The start of the whale watching season in Margaret River has begun, with local operator Naturaliste Charters already operating tours out of Augusta in south-eastern Western Australia. Check out recent footage here:    Hear...

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  • Video: Welcome Back, Whale Sharks!

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    The Whale Sharks are back on the Ningaloo Reef! With the lifting of restrictions and the arrival of Whale Sharks, the Ningaloo Reef is buzzing with excitement! Exmouth Dive & Whalesharks Ningaloo are back out swimming with these gorgeous, gentle giants. The Whale Sharks will be around until August, so...

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  • Video: What Does a Laughing Kookaburra Sound Like?

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    Our Top 5 Laughing Kookaburra facts: 1. They have a funny call The Laughing Kookaburra gets its name from its unique call, which sounds a lot like a laugh! Check it out in this video: 2. The world's largest Kingfisher The Laughing Kookaburra is actually the largest of the Kingfisher...

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