Kākāpō: Back from the Brink

 Lyndsay Walsh

The fall, and subsequent rise, of the kākāpō.

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The Thylacine: “The World’s Most Common Extinct Animal”

James Orr

 According to the IUCN, Tasmanian Wolves went extinct in 1936. But since then there have been almost 4,000 recorded sightings of this incredible animal. Something doesn’t add up.

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