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Research leader Dr Elisa Bayraktarov from the University of Queensland talks about the new findings. Are conservation investments paying off for Australia’s threatened mammals? Australia’s new Threatened Mammal Index combines data from almost 1200 sites across the country to answer this question and to tell us how Australian threatened mammals have fared over the last 20 years. Research leader Dr Elisa Bayraktarov from the University of Queensland talks about the new findings.
The index was developed by the National Environmental Science Program’s Threatened Species Recovery Hub in collaboration with government, non-government and community groups monitoring threatened species in Australia.