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English: Australian rock art of Zaglossus. Photograph of an Aboriginal rock art illustration from Arnhem Land depicting the characteristic long and down-curved beak (and whitish head of some specimens) of Zaglossus (see Murray and Chaloupka 1984). Photograph by G. Chaloupka.
Source Helgen KM, Portela Miguez R, Kohen J, Helgen L (2012) Twentieth century occurrence of the Long-Beaked Echidna Zaglossus bruijnii in the Kimberley region of Australia. ZooKeys 255: 103-132. doi:10.3897/zookeys.255.3774
Author Helgen KM, Portela Miguez R, Kohen J, Helgen L
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