Monthly Archives: June 2014

Mulligans flat sanctuary: The return of Bettongs

It’s rare to find a sanctuary for native flora and fauna in the capital city of a country, but Mulligan’s Flat Woodland Sanctuary is one of those rarities. This sanctuary encloses over 400 hectares of critically endangered yellow box and … Continue reading

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The tragedy of Lipotes vexillifer in China

China has vast land area, so it is rich in biodiversity. In this area, we can find several unique animal species, such as Panda and Lipotes vexillifer. Lipotes vexillifer is one of the Platanistoidea in the world, until now, there … Continue reading

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