How to find out when and where to stay when it’s rainy and windy and you want to go out and see wild animals.
But don’t do it at your own risk, experts advise.
“We don’t want people to be taking a gamble that they’re going to come home in the middle of a storm and get hit by a car,” says Bob McBride, an arachnologist and wildlife biologist who studies the biology of wild animals at the University of South Australia.
He says that if you are going out for wild animal viewing, you should be careful not to get bitten by an animal.
“There are many species that are not at all comfortable with people and they don’t like being seen by people,” he says.
What you should know about the endangered Tasmanian sea goatThe Tasmanian Sea Goat (Chelonia mykiss) is a member of the family Cheloniae.
They live in coastal areas around Tasmania and southern Victoria, along with some native marsupials and some birds and mammals.
There are about 10,000 of them in the wild, and scientists estimate there are about 50,000 left in the world.
The male sea goat is found in the Southern Islands in the Northern Territory, and the females live in the northern part of the island chain.
In Tasmania, they are sometimes called “turtles of Tasmania”.
They are also known as the Tasmanian Giant or the Tasman Sea Goat because of the large size of the animal.
Their habitats include the eastern coast of Tasmania and the southern and eastern parts of Victoria, as well as in the Kimberley region in the north.
When it’s warm enough for them to thrive, they feed on fish, shrimp and crabs.
A male sea turtle can reach about two metres in length.
And while they live in deep water, they do not like the harsh conditions found on land.
Their main predators are the seabirds, which can be aggressive and territorial.
The Tasman Sea Goats are also found in waters around the world, but their numbers are currently very low.
They are only considered threatened by man.
Why are Tasmanian giants endangered?
It is believed that the sea goats have adapted to living in deep ocean waters because of an abundance of fresh food.
However, there is a huge threat from climate change, particularly the increasing amount of water that the Tasmanians have to move around.
Climate change also has a huge impact on the animals.
It is thought that the population is declining by about 30 per cent a year, which is a lot less than the population of other animals.
“The numbers are dropping, but it’s a little more than what other species are losing because of climate change,” McBride says.
The sea goats’ habitats are in the region of the southernmost Tasman Peninsula, which includes Tasmania, New South Wales and Victoria.
As well as the sea turtles, the area around the sea goat’s nesting grounds is also home to a variety of sea birds, including eagles, hawks and brown pelicans.
The number of sea goats is decreasing due to the warming sea, but the number of species on the planet is also increasing.
Australia has more than 1,000 species of sea animals, including sea turtles and sea lions.
Tasmanian sea goats are endangered by climate changeThe number and number of Tasmanian giant sea goats has increased by around 30 per on the last 50 years.
But there are currently no estimates for the number that remain in the Tasman sea.
“It’s not clear whether the population has been declining or whether there are some other species that aren’t able to breed because they’re at lower densities,” McBridge says.
But the state is struggling to find a way to manage their population.
People can’t just bring their own equipment and bring animals from remote areas.
Macleou says the state Government is trying to create a new program that would allow people to bring animals to the mainland.
“This program would be able to be funded by a new, more robust grant that would be available to people that wanted to do this sort of thing,” he said.
With a budget of $200 million, the Tasman Government is investing heavily in conservation.
But some Tasmanian species are threatened by climate and habitat changes.
This is due to sea turtle nesting grounds being destroyed.
So what can you do if you see an endangered species on a photo?