Quolls fly in to save the species

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Air travel isn’t what it used to be.

But a recent journey from New South Wales to Western Australia definitely quoll-ified as unusual.

Join Cosmos Country reporters Jamie Seidel and Glenn Morrison as they retrace the adventures of 11 endangered Australians (with brown fur and white spots) on the flight of a lifetime from Western Plains Zoo at Dubbo to Mt Gibson Wildlife Sanctuary, all in the name of conservation.

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