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Tasmanian Native-hen (Tribonyx mortierii), Bruny Island, Tasmania

The Tasmanian Native Hen is a distant relative of the domestic hen. It is found only in Tasmania, being distributed throughout the State except for the west and southwest. It ranges from the coast to areas 1000 m above sea level. Like the thylacine and Tasmanian devil, native hens became extinct on the mainland around the time the dingo arrived in Australia.

Year: 2014

From album: Tourism and Protected Areas in Tasmania

Photographer: Peter Prokosch

Tags: fauna

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