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Ranger Community: “The game has been a huge feature in our household”

In our Ranger Community series, we hear from ANiMOZ Rangers out in the field about how they use the game to learn about, teach about and support wildlife. The Rangers from EnviroEdu write to Headquarters about how they use ANiMOZ!   The ANiMOZ – Fight for Survival card game has been a huge feature in …

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Know your ANiMOZ species: RiNU (Dasyurus viverrinus)

Know Your Species series: RiNU (Dasyurus viverrinus)   One of the most important animals for a Ranger to understand when playing the Offical ANiMOZ Ultimate Ranger Gameplay is the Apex Predator. That becomes particularly important when one such species is also Highly Rare… Enter RiNU, the Eastern quoll! Deep in the dark of the forest …

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Ranger Community Series - ANiMOZ - Fight for Survival - The game changing conservation - Collectible Card Game - Australian Animals - Junior Rangers Chara and Trae

Ranger Community: “There are lots of different ones I haven’t seen before!”

In our Ranger Community series, we hear from ANiMOZ Rangers out in the field about how they use the game to learn about, teach about and support wildlife. Ranger Pariya spoke to Headquarters about how she and her Junior Rangers use ANiMOZ!   Ranger Pariya is mum to two Junior Rangers – Chara (7yo) and …

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Could Tasmanian devil come back to mainland Australia - HARRiSii - ANiMOZ - Fight for Survival - University of Tasmania - Calum Cunningham

Could HARRiSii (Tasmanian devil) come back to mainland Australia? This Ranger thinks so…

Study in Tasmania suggests that HARRiSii helps to control numbers of invasive species like cats. A research Ranger in Tasmania has found that HARRiSii may have an important role to play in limiting the impact of Invasive Species like cats in their habitat. “We found in areas where [HARRiSii] have declined severely,” he said, “that …

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