The Little Marsupials

Australia, 1985

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Episode of Series “Fauna”.
This program that contains rare and sometimes unique footage of little marsupials, including the amazing Honey Possum. Includes footage of the Numbats which feed exclusively on termites. Rare and endangered, the Numbats are the subject of research sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund. Features the marsupial gliders and the rare Red-Tailed Wambenger.

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director

David Moore

Duration

00:25:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1985

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Fauna

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Fauna

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