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Sanctuary Preview: Inala
Owner: Dr Tonia Cochran
Size: 210 hectares
Location: Bruny Island, Tasmania
The biodiversity values of Inala are protected in-perpetuity through a conservation covenant with the Tasmanian Land Conservancy, and the sanctuary is home to one of the largest known colonies of the forty-spotted pardalote, an endangered species that is only found in Tasmania, with around half of the total population on Bruny Island.
Species Profile: Platypus
Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus)
The iconic platypus is a semi-aquatic species found throughout reliably-running river systems in eastern Australia. The platypus lays claim to having the highest level of evolutionary distinctiveness of any mammal species worldwide - aside from echidnas, it is the only extant monotreme species and its highly unusual features (egg-laying, having a bill, webbed-feet, fat-filled tail and venomous spur) understandably perplexed early European naturalists.