Shaque, Nyikina Mangala Ranger © Veronica Joseph / WWF-Australia

Shaque, Nyikina Mangala Ranger © Veronica Joseph / WWF-Australia

Shaquille's story

10 Nov 2020

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Meet Shaquille, a Nyikina Mangala Ranger working to give the black-footed rock wallaby, known as a wiliji, every chance of survival in the in the Grant, Edgar and Erskine Ranges of the Kimberley.

 

Watch the video below to hear more of Shaquille's story.

 

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