Adam Devine Performs the Cup Song with a Beer Stein, Talks Bumper in Berlin (Extended) – The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Adam Devine Performs the Cup Song with a Beer Stein, Talks Bumper in Berlin (Extended) – The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Adam Devine Performs the Cup Song with a Beer Stein, Talks Bumper in Berlin (Extended)  The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Red-tailed phascogale spotted in WA’s Paruna Sanctuary to the surprise of scientists

Red-tailed phascogale spotted in WA’s Paruna Sanctuary to the surprise of scientists

A tiny marsupial with a huge two-metre leap has been discovered in a Western Australian wildlife sanctuary.  Key points: Ecologists say the surprising discovery shows conservation efforts are working The red-tailed phascogale was spotted at Paruna Sanctuary, 50 kilometres north-east of Perth The species has become extinct in 99 per cent of its former habitat The red-tailed phascogale, … Read more

‘Exciting’ new thylacine discovery shines light on Tasmania’s extinct marsupial

‘Exciting’ new thylacine discovery shines light on Tasmania’s extinct marsupial

In the darkest depths of 2020, a charming story brought light to our lives. A group of researchers in the United States shone a black light — a type of ultraviolet light — on a preserved platypus pelt to find that it glows. The story went globally viral and researchers at the Western Australian Museum were … Read more

Tasmanian tiger babies could be a reality ‘within 10 years’, Melbourne University team says after partnering with US firm Colossal

Tasmanian tiger babies could be a reality ‘within 10 years’, Melbourne University team says after partnering with US firm Colossal

Scientists say humans could see thylacines in fenced-off areas of the Tasmanian wilderness in a decade — almost 90 years after the species went extinct.  Key points: Partners in a new science venture say a living baby thylacine might be as little as 10 years away There has not been a verified thylacine sighting since 1936 Scientists now say the fat-tailed … Read more

Gilbert’s potoroo, the world’s rarest marsupial, photographed with joey near Esperance

Gilbert’s potoroo, the world’s rarest marsupial, photographed with joey near Esperance

Dr Tony Friend spots it after days scrolling through images on his computer. Key points: Three motion-sensor cameras were stationed on Middle Island to monitor a new population of Gilbert’s potoroos The cameras captured images of mothers with joeys, confirming that the animals have been breeding successfully The Gilbert’s Potoroo Action Group have funded 10 … Read more