The Macleay Argus

Chlamydia vaccine trialled on koalas is a major move for the survival of the species, according to Port Macquarie Koala Hospital

Robert Dougherty
October 20 2021 - 2:00pm
KOALA HOSPITAL: A rescued koala with Port Macquarie Koala Hospital clinical director Cheyne Flanagan.
KOALA HOSPITAL: A rescued koala with Port Macquarie Koala Hospital clinical director Cheyne Flanagan.

Hundreds of koalas will be jabbed as part of a chlamydia vaccine trial in a major move for the survival of the species.

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Robert Dougherty

Port Macquarie News/Camden Haven Courier journalist. Have a story to share? contact me at rob.dougherty@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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