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Recovery plan for the Northern Quoll Dasyurus hallucatus

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This recovery plan was released in 2010 with the ultimate goal of haulting the decline of the Northern Quoll, which are threatened with extinction by cane toads as they have a susceptibility to the toxin. This plan focused on conservation measures for the Northern Quoll such as quarantining island populations and the like to prevent cane toad colonisation, fostering the recovery of populations already threatend by cane toads, and identifying and reducing the threats to quolls in areas where cane toads do not exist.


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