Species: Mammals

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AWC successfully reintroduced Western Barred Bandicoots to Faure Island in 2005.

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AWC protects populations of the Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat at Yookamurra and Dakalanta Wildlife Sanctuaries. 

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Sharman’s Rock-wallaby is considered threatened because of its restricted distribution and their vulnerability to feral predators. 

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The Scaly-tailed Possum is one of only three species of possum that shelter exclusively in rocks.

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AWC is undertaking a reintroduction program of Red-tailed Phascogales to Mt Gibson and Newhaven Wildlife Sanctuaries.

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AWC protects three populations of Northern Quoll and their habitat on a number of our northern sanctuaries.

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The northern bettong is a small, grey, lightly-built macropod with a black crest on the end of its tail.

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The Monjon is the smallest of the rock-wallabies and is endemic to the far northwest Kimberley region of Western Australia.

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The last wild Mala population in central Australia went extinct in the early 1990s.

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The Greater Stick-nest Rat is a guinea pig-sized native rodent which builds a large communal home out of sticks and stones.

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