Numbats were released at Red Gum Springs on Red Gum Pass Road in Stirling Range National Park in February 1998. This "clip", by Graeme and Pamela Shell, was taken at South Perth Zoo where Numbats are bred for release into areas where they were previously eaten to extinction by foxes and feral cats. Their survival in the wild, depends on the continuation of the 1080 fox baiting program known as "Western Shield".
Taken at Perth Zoo, Western Australia by Graeme and Pamela Schell.
"This clip shows a Numbat marking its territory by rubbing a gland under its neck against a rock." Taken at Perth Zoo, Western Australia by Graeme and Pamela Schell.