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Totally Wild
Season 26  |  Episode 103  |  10 Peach  |  May 22, 2020

In this episode of Totally Wild, find out how science research is saving our native wildlife. High school students survey bushland for evidence of bandicoots to help the University of Queensland with their research. A scientific researcher looks into how cows react to having koalas nearby as he suspects cattle are a threat to koalas. Also, learn about cockatoo and parrot behaviour, and why frogs are so special because they are bioindicators.

In this episode of Totally Wild, find out how science research is saving our native wildlife. High school students survey bushland for evidence of bandicoots to help the University of Queensland with their research. A scientific researcher looks into how cows react to having koalas nearby as he suspects cattle are a threat to koalas. Also, learn about cockatoo and parrot behaviour, and why frogs are so special because they are bioindicators.

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