TAGGED: native animals
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This clip shows a kangaroo external embryo suckling in its mother’s pouch in the early stages of its development.

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This clip captures images of the Tasmanian tiger, alone in its enclosure at Beaumaris Zoo in Hobart.

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This clip captures images of the Tasmanian tiger, alone in its enclosure at Beaumaris Zoo in Hobart.

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Shorty McGee (Harry Abdy) has punished his prize attraction, Chut the boxing kangaroo, by denying him water for two days.

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This documentary – a partly-dramatised look at Tasmania’s animals and birds – is a good example of innovative documentary making in the early 1960s. Summary by Damien Parer.

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Black-and-white actuality footage of three women walk along the shoreline of an unknown isolated beach. They then cartwheel across the sand.

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A production still of a Tasmanian Devil from the documentary Feral Peril about the threat feral foxes are posing to the native animals of Tasmania, one of the world's last great wildlife h

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Hunters have killed Chut’s mother and scattered his mob. Desperate for food, Chut arrives at the Henton farm, where Mrs Henton (Ethel Saker) spots him at the gate.

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Chut explores his forest world, hopping about madly, as his mother keeps a watchful eye.