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Katja & Nick – Mange Management

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Katja & Nick of local volunteer organisation Mange Management talk about the devastating impacts of the mange mite parasite on wombats.  They explain how mange can be identified, how it can be successfully treated by members of the public and landholders with Mange Management’s support, and how the government could better respond to this issue that’s causing immense suffering to our native wildlife.  Mange Management  https://mangemanagement.org.au/and on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/mangemanagement/ 

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