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Author Claridge, Andrew

Title Bettongs, potoroos, and the musky rat-kangaroo
Published Melbourne : CSIRO Pub., 2007
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Description 1 online resource (193 pages)
Series Australian natural history series
Australian natural history series.
Contents Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction; 2 Distribution and habitats; 3 What makes rat-kangaroos different?; 4 Field research methods; 5 Biology and behaviour; 6 Reproductive biology; 7 Diet and nutritional physiology; 8 Habitat requirements; 9 Conservation and management; References; Index
Summary The rat-kangaroo was one of the first Australian marsupials to be seen alive in Europe. These animals were called by the local Aboriginal people 'Pot-o-roo', and by the European settlers, 'Kangooroo rat'. Bettongs, Potoroos and the Musky Rat-kangaroo provides an extraordinary glimpse into the secretive lives of these unusual marsupials. It also reveals little-known facts about the critical functional role these creatures play in maintaining the forest and woodland habitats in which they live
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Hypsiprymnodon moschatus.
Form Electronic book
Author Rose, Randy.
Seebeck, John
ISBN 064309508X (electronic bk.)
9780643095083 (electronic bk.)