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Indigenous rangers are creating stronger ties between Rainforest Aboriginal peoples caring for country in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.
Photographer: Eli Taylor

Date published: 7th April 2017

Cassowaries, 'drop crocs' and the demon duck of doom are just a few of the wonders featured in Wet Tropics Management Authority's latest eNews bulletin.

In this edition, we recap our inaugural 'Science in the Pub' event, highlight the work of our student research grant participants and open up new corridors for our rare wildlife.

You can read all about it here.

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