The Shark Bay World Heritage Area is an extremely important area for threatened animals. Following extensive fox, cat and rabbit baiting of the Peron Peninsula, visitors to Shark Bay are increasingly more likely to see mammals, birds and reptiles - both rare and common - roaming around in their natural state. Echidnas, thorny devils, emus and malleefowl are already becoming much more common.
This book describes these and many other species that are rapidly being reintroduced to the area.
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