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Saturday, April 4, 2020
Topics Animals

Topic: animals

Bluey gets a check up with Dr Mike

An Eastern blue tongue lizard with a hunchback, bad jaw and mobility issues has been handed over to Dr Michael Woodham at Sugarland Animal Hospital to start treatment.

Possum rescue at Thabeban State School

Thabeban State School teachers were pleasantly surprised to rescue and reunite a baby possum with a resident mother possum on Thursday.

Supporting rescued animals at Splitters Farm

The rescued animals at Splitters Farm are another casualty of the Coronavirus restrictions. With income from the café and tours no longer coming in, a fundraiser has been launched to cover the cost of feed.

‘Butterfly blizzard' captured in beach areas

While people are being told to self-isolate during the Coronavirus pandemic, the rules don't seem to apply for the butterfly population with swarms of the insects inundating Queensland.

Naga the komodo dragon is now Downunder

Naga, an impressive two and a half metre long Komodo Dragon has taken up residency at Snakes Downunder Reptile Park and Zoo.

Snake “as thick as a sausage roll” relocated from CBD

A four foot long red-bellied black snake "as thick as a sausage roll" has found a new home in Meadowvale scrub after being relocated from the Bundaberg CBD today.

New cria Oscar joins the Littabella Alpaca family

A baby alpaca named Oscar has just joined the Littabella Alpaca family after his mother, Mercy, gave birth just four days ago.

Life carries on at Snakes Downunder

Despite what may be happening in the human world, life goes on at the same placid pace for the animals at popular Childers attraction, Snakes Downunder Reptile Park and Zoo.

New recruit pup Uzi joins Bundaberg Police

He may be small but police puppy Uzi will be taking part in some pretty big challenges as part of his role as new recruit at the Bundaberg Police Station.

Dolphins filmed frolicking near Bargara

Like a scene from a documentary, one Bundaberg man has managed to capture footage of 30 dolphins frolicking and mating at Bargara.

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