Two in the bush: the Attic of the world

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Episode of Series “Two in the Bush”.
The naturalist, Gerald Durrell, observes Australian wild life. On a sheep farm he sees the problems kangaroos pose for farmers and meets some scientists doing field work on “roos”. He also sees the birth of a kangaroo, and its trip into its mother’s pouch. Research on the breeding biology of animals is also seen.

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Christopher Parsons

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ABC-TV (Australia). Natural History Unit



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Two in the Bush

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Two in the Bush


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