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Where’s Wallaby?
Posted by: btfc
Date: November 15, 2020 02:04PM
‘ Wallabies from Australia have gained a foothold in the U.K. and may be there for good’

‘ One of the earliest populations known was in the Peak District in northern England, near Sheffield. But those animals seemed to have disappeared by about 2009. Other documented groups are found on the Isle of Man as well as a small island in Loch Lomond in Scotland. But with the advent of social media, reported sightings in other places across Britain increased.

"The bulk of our sightings are actually down south with two particular hotspots being the Chiltern area, which is not far outside London and in Cornwall," said Caravaggi. "Cornwall turned out to be really interesting because we had two sightings of females with joeys in the pouch, which might suggest breeding."

"It's entirely possible they escaped with joeys in the pouch, we don't know. But the fact that they were two years apart does make me want to ask the question." ‘

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