In 2008, there were just 65 bridled nailtail wallabies at the Taunton National Park, which is about 135 kilometres inland from Rockhampton in Queensland.
After 13 years of conservation, a survey conducted earlier this year showed numbers had risen to an estimated 1,300.
Apart from human conservation efforts, the wallabies have learnt to adapt to avoid ground predators such as feral cats.
READ THE ABC STORY HERE … Endangered Bridled Nailtail Wallaby Develops Survival Tactic
Source: ABC News