In the heart of Australia, the largest marsupial on Earth must survive months of drought and blistering heat on a few patches of dry grass.
The tropical rainforest in northeast Australia is home to kangaroos that climb trees, the largest crocodiles on Earth, and colourful birds.
In the dry southern plains, wombats spend a lot of time asleep, but must fight with invasive species, bulldog ants, and the heat of summer.
The eastern eucalyptus forests are home to cuddly-looking koalas, birds that build elaborate nests, snakes, and odd egg-laying mammals.
A look at the adventures that animal filmmakers have experienced while working in Australia; despite their efforts, they rarely encounter wombats, casuaries and tree kangaroos; many of the animals are already threatened with extinction.
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