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Endangered bilbies bouncing back! 👏 Native bilbies have been getting loved up in their underground burrows in Queensland’s south-west, with conservationists recording a furry baby boom. The Save the Bilby Fund has estimated bilby numbers to be about 150 inside the 25-square-kilometre predator exclusion fencing in the Currawinya National Park. That’s five times the population two years ago! “There are fourth generation wild-born bilbies in there now,” CEO of Save the Bilby Fund Kevin Bradley said. “It means they’ve had two or three litters each.” Fun fact: bilbies have one of the shortest pregnancies of any mammal on earth – just 14 days! Full story: https://ab.co/3c9vf7P 📸: Save the Bilby Fund

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