In a heartening turn of events, South Australian farmer Pao Ling Tsai, while protecting his chickens, uncovered a historic surprise. After losing a chicken to an unknown predator, Tsai captured photographs of the elusive intruder, which turned out to be a spotted-tailed quoll, a species unseen in the state for 130 years. This extraordinary rediscovery offers fresh hope for conservation, as plans are set to rehabilitate and release the quoll, igniting optimism for renewed biodiversity in South Australia.
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