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The Dibbler

Posted By Julie Schulz, Tuesday, June 10, 2008
The Dibbler can be found primarily on the islands of Boulanger and Whitlock, but have also been spotted on several of Australia’s national parks and nature reserves. There is also a colony of dibblers on Escape Island. Dibblers are an endangered species largely due to a fragmented habitat. Predators include cats and foxes but the dibbler is so fast and well hidden in it’s habitat that there are few natural predators.
 
Submitted by Monique   Yr 6 Student  Broughton Anglican College

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