Save The Numbat - One Of The Most Endangered Species In Australia

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The Numbat once inhabited southern and central Australia, expanding from south-west Western Australia. Its population declined enormously after the European settlement of Australia, now only two natural populations remain—both of them in south-west Western Australia in the Dryandra Woodland and Perup Nature Reserve. In the last few years, captive breeding and translocation program has re-established populations. The total population today is estimated to be less than 1,500 individuals.