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Christmas Island Pipistrelle

Chsitmas Island Pipistrelle by Dr Lindy Lumsden

The Christmas Island Pipistrelle, Pipistrellus murrayi, has not been declared extinct under the EPBC Act but the species has not been heard or sighted since a team of researchers was sent to Christmas Island in 2009.

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