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One of nineteen baby numbats bred at Perth zoo in Western Australia. They have been fitted with radio collars and will be released into the wild at Mt Gibson wildlife sanctuary and Dryandra woodland.

Perth zoo to release numbats into predator-free wild

Release of captive-bred marsupials into Mt Gibson wildlife sanctuary part of ongoing attempt to save critically endangered species in Western Australia

God Bless this young man, there is truly wonderful young people in this world.

Brave teenager, Belal, in Bangladesh risks his own life to save a baby deer from drowning in a flooded river. Hope in Humanity

просто животные – Сообщество – Google+Сумчатый муравьед

The numbat is a little-known marsupial native to Western Australia. The endangered creature, also called the Banded Ant Eater, actually doe.

Russian Couple Adopted An Orphaned Bear 23 Years Ago, And They Are Still Living Happily Together

Russian Couple Adopted An Orphaned Bear 23 Years Ago, And They Are Still Living Happily Together

Russian Couple Adopted An Orphaned Bear 23 Years Ago, And They Are Still Living Happily Together Cute but the bear is still a wild animal.

numbat, also known as the banded anteater, marsupial anteater, or walpurti, is a marsupial found in Western Australia. Its diet consists almost exclusively of termites. Wikipedia   via Sanctuary project for rare animals

Sanctuary project for rare animals

numbat, also known as the banded anteater, marsupial anteater, or walpurti, is a marsupial found in Western Australia. Its diet consists almost exclusively of termites. Wikipedia via Sanctuary project for rare animals

Hmm, chinchilla?  Nope.  Probably a kinkajou (sp?)

"Wombat - Native only to Australia, wombats are solitary, marsupials who feed mostly on grass and roots." That ain't a wombat! That's a possum!

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