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Crocodile Islands wildlife surveys, 2012

  title={Crocodile Islands wildlife surveys, 2012},
  author={Kym Brennan and Warrick Angus and Fabian Gaykamangu and Samuel Wumulul and Neil Djandjan and Leonard Bowaynu and Bobby Tamayo and Bluey McGregor and Quincy Carter and S. Totterdell and Fauna Division},
This survey, despite being primarily a training exercise, produced a number of new animal records for each island and therefore highlights the fact that results from previous surveys, such as those done in 2009, should never be regarded as complete inventories. Really comprehensive lists will only be achieved through time by returning to the various islands at different times and visiting different places and habitats. 

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