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RUFOUS HARE-WALLABY a nocturnal marsupial found in arid and semi-arid locations of Bernier and Dorre Islands off Western Australia. Research has shown that the decline of hare wallabies coincided with the loss of the aboriginal practice of winter fires. These fires provided food for the rufous hare wallaby as it let to the regeneration and growth of vegetation in different stages. Other factors for its decline include loss of habitat in southwestern Australia, and primarily predation by introduced species such as cats and foxes.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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