Helping Australia’s threatened wildlife thrive – in pictures

With Australian wildlife under increasing pressure from global heating, habitat destruction and predators, the team hopes to use genetic research and DNA profiling to boost wild populations.“Our objective is to find solutions for threatened species decline and we do that in a number of ways,” says Annette Rypalski, the biodiversity director at the not-for-profit organisation, Odonata.


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