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Two new Australian mammal species just dropped – and they are very small

By Linette Umbrello, Postdoctoral research associate, Queensland University of Technology
Andrew M. Baker, Academic in Ecology and Environmental Science, Queensland University of Technology
Kenny Travouillon, Curator of Mammals, Western Australian Museum
The tiny, mouse-like planigales are some of the smallest marsupials around – and there are two more species of them than anybody realised.The Conversation

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