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Australia has hundreds of mammal species. We want to find them all – before they're gone

By Andrew M. Baker, Senior Lecturer in Ecology and Environmental Science, Queensland University of Technology
Diana Fisher, Associate Professor, School of Biological Sciences, The University of Queensland
Greta Frankham, Scientific Officer, Australian Centre for Wildlife Genomics, Australian Museum
Kenny Travouillon, Curator of Mammals, Western Australian Museum
Linette Umbrello, Research Associate – Terrestrial Zoology, Western Australian Museum
Mark Eldridge, Principal Research Scientist, Terrestrial Vertebrates, Australian Museum
Sally Potter, Australian Research Council Future Fellow, School of Natural Sciences, Macquarie University
Stephen Jackson, Associate Director, Collection Enhancement Project, Australian Museum
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A new list of 404 Australian mammal species is a crucial conservation step in the face of the ongoing extinction crisis.The Conversation

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