/ 26 August 2021

Sly foxes, sticky beak neighbours, and a woolly love note

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A sly fox is driving conservationists overseeing the Pilliga reserve in northwest NSW nuts. Nicknamed Rambo, they’ve laid 3,000 baits, spend thousands of hours looking for him on video and on the ground – and nothing. “He’s no typical fox,” said Australian Wildlife Conservancy’s Wayne Sparrow.

From next month, Belgians who accidentally kick or throw a ball into a neighbour’s garden will have the legal right to retrieve it. What you can’t do: deliberately put it over the fence so you can have a stickybeak…

And found: a unique way to remember a loved one during these difficult times…

Image source: Ben Jackson

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