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Tetrapod Zoology

Wild wallabies in the UK

I haven’t had time to provide answers on the previous article, sorry about that. Busy with preparation for the International Symposium on Pterosaurs, this year being held in Rio. Purely for the sake of adding something new (TetZoo podcast followers will understand the motivation, I hope), here’s some recycled text from Tet Zoo ver 2 [...]

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Tetrapod Zoology

The ‘Tree-Kangaroos Come First’ hypothesis

One of my favourite groups of marsupials are the wonderful tree-kangaroos. There are presently ten recognised tree-kangaroo species; they occur exclusively on New Guinea, Umboi, New Britain and north-east Queensland (and it’s generally thought that they were introduced to Umboi by humans). Tree-kangaroos first became known to Europeans in 1826 when crew of the Dutch [...]

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