Great gliding marsupials!

There are more than experts thought

Researchers at ANU, Uni Canberra, James Cook U and CSIRO have examined the DNA of Greater Gliders (a possum-sized marsupial that, well, glides) to discover that there is not one but three species inhabiting the Great Divide, from FNQ to Victoria.  This means overall numbers are not so great when split three ways.

What CMM wants to know is the market rate for glider naming rights – probably pay for a bunch of conservation.


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