Bilby

Bilby

Bilbies tend to live solitary lives, though some may live together in pairs, usually two females.

Bilbies tend to live solitary lives, though some may live together in pairs, usually two females.

Home ranges of males, females, and juveniles are likely to overlap, but not much social contact is made with the exception of mating.


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Sources | (Brown, 2011; Environment Australia, 2004; Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, 1998; Pavey, 2006)

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