Being at home for prolonged periods during the COVID-19 pandemic has given many people the time to appreciate wildlife in their own backyards.
“It’s a completely suitable place for koalas to live. There’s no reason why they won’t stay here for a long time," says Professor Darryl Jones.
A Griffith University student has put the call out to cat owners in the Brisbane and Gold Coast regions to get the scoop on their cat’s poop in the hope of better understanding their impact on wildlife.
New research sheds light on the alarming adaptability of tapeworms and friends.