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  • Reporting injured, sick or orphaned wildlife (other than crocodiles and cassowaries or marine mammals)
RSPCA on 1300 264 625 (1300 animal)
  • Wildlife incidents
  • Sick, injured orphaned cassowaries
  • Crocodile sightings
  • Reporting a marine animal strike, marine stranding or an injured, sick or dead turtle, dugong, dolphin or whale
1300 130 372
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  • Removal of snakes or other problem wildlife
Licensed removal specialist—check your local telephone listings or the internet
  • Macropod harvesting licensing
07 4530 1254
  • Reporting Category 3 (C3) exposure to bats, including flying-foxes (C3 exposure occurs when a bat has bitten or scratched a person, or the person has had exposure to the bat's saliva or neural tissue)
    If you have been bitten or scratched, wash the wound gently but thoroughly with soap and water for at least five minutes. Do not scrub the wound. Apply an antiseptic and cover the wound. If bat saliva gets into eyes, nose or mouth, or into an open wound, flush thoroughly with water. Seek immediate medical advice from your doctor or local hospital. If a pet or livestock has been bitten or scratched by a bat, contact your local veterinarian.
Queensland Health 13HEALTH (13 43 25 84)
  • Reporting Fraser Island dingo encounters
13 QGOV (13 74 68)