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Authorities say a small, furry marsupial roams the grassy plains of Australia's Victoria. brought back from extinction officials said Eastern Bandicoot numbers have declined due to non-native foxes. Habitat destruction and feral cats

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After 30 years of conservation efforts The number of animals has increased from just 150 to approximately 1,500.It is the first time Australia has changed the status of an animal from "extinct in the wild" to "endangered"As the recorded population of bandicoots declined in the years leading

up to the late 1980s, conservation teams in Victoria invested millions of dollars to set up captive breeding programs.They create predator-free areas. some of which are protected by training dogs. and move some animals to an island where there are no foxes.

Victoria's Environment Minister Lily D'Ambrosio Announcing the change in conservation status for bandicoot on Wednesday, she is "excited" about the project's success, adding it is "an incredible first for Australia".

Amy Coetsee, a threatened species biologist at Zoos Victoria in Melbourne, said the news. "Hopefully, with perseverance, commitment and support from governments, volunteers and communities, we can win the fight against extinction," the AFP news agency reported.
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