Iconic endangered brush-tailed wallaby survives Black Summer bushfires

By Andrew Messenger
Updated July 28 2020 - 9:24am, first published 9:00am
Miracle: The New England's endangered brush-tailed wallabies have survived last year's deadly bushfire, according to a recent NPWS survey. Photo: NPWS
Miracle: The New England's endangered brush-tailed wallabies have survived last year's deadly bushfire, according to a recent NPWS survey. Photo: NPWS

The NSW New England colony of endangered brush-tailed rock wallabies has survived last year's deadly bushfires, according to a National Parks and Wildlife Survey (NPWS) of one of their last colonies.

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