TAGGED: Australian animals
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'Skippy, Australia's most famous kangaroo, is hopping back to the world's television screens in a brand new 39 episode children's series', heralds this bi-fold flyer, printed to promote the 1991 

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The Skippy reboot The Adventures of Skippy ran for 39 episodes in 1991 and starred Andrew Clarke.

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Skippy: Adventures in Bushtown (1998– 99) was a completely new spin-off and bore little, if any, resemblance to the original Skippy series.

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Situated in Mosman, on the north shore of Sydney, Taronga Park Zoo was officially opened on 7 October 1916.

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Amateur documentary apparently sourced from a large collection of mostly kodachrome colour home movies.

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Fifty surprising, heartwarming and weirdly wonderful items from the NFSA collection.

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Kangaroos are hunted in the bush to be collected for museums and zoos. A kangaroo hide is presented to the camera. Kangaroos hop into a fenced enclosure and are trapped there.

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Willie Wombat was produced by Eric Porter – Australia’s first career animator – to promote the Commonwealth Savings Bank of Australia’s School Banking program. Willie lounges and plays

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When two Aboriginal men take her by the arms to lead her away from a contaminated waterhole, Clancy is initially scared.

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A confused and lost Clancy (Liza Goddard) wanders through the bush, followed by a group of Aboriginal men (members of the Aboriginal Theatre from Yirrkala, Arnhem Land) with uncertain intent.