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  • From the minute we met there, we knew he was the one.

  • He didn't make a very good pet.

  • He was because of his obsessive compulsive nature.

  • But those those qualities make him the perfect detection dog.

  • And he has gone from zero to hero, basically being abandoned as a pet.

  • Now he's found 100 callers.

  • What we found out very quickly was that koalas that have survived if I were now in a habitat that could no longer sustain them.

  • So we call this the second face.

  • If you want of the bushfire that everybody could have walked away thinking the worst has happened, right?

  • But what we found was there were hundreds of guerrillas that they're at risk of of dying as well.

  • So this is what they're has focused on now for the last since Gen.

  • Re Really, we will remain in the fields resting those collars, but also we need to prepare for next fire season.

  • So we're going to be getting in touch with local wildlife rescue groups and authorities and prepping for next fire season.

  • That's conservation biologist, that people love animals, you know, outside the field of science, it's still much grief remains So, in a way, for us, it makes us feel like, Well, we try a bit.

  • We try to do our best, will continue to do so.

From the minute we met there, we knew he was the one.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/02
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