Researchers at James Cook University in Cairns look at harnessing power of tree kangaroo poo

Cairns Post

22 October 2013

DNA samples collected from the hair and poo of the rare Lumholtz tree kangaroo could pave the way for better protection for the species which has puzzled researchers for years.

After successful trials using complex genetic sampling techniques to study tree kangaroos in Papua New Guinea and koalas on Magnetic Island, James Cook University scientists are now turning their attention to native tree kangaroo and possum species. Read more