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Australia’s endangered native carnivore appears to be adapted to different landscapes – News-Medical.net

The northern quoll, one of Australia’s most adorable and endangered native carnivores, appears to be adapted to dramatically different landscapes – which may be key to the species’ survival.

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The northern quoll, one of Australia’s most adorable and endangered native carnivores, appears to be adapted to dramatically different landscapes – which may be key to the species’ survival.
University of Queensland PhD candidate Pietro Viacava co-led a study that found similarities between northern quoll skulls across a 5000 kilometre range, which has raised hopes scientists will be able to cross-breed isolated populations.
Northern quolls are in danger – a lot has been thrown at them. They’v…

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