Until this year, scientists hadn't seen the Bouvier's red colobus monkey in the wild since the 1970s.
The remotely controlled vehicle on a Nautilus Live expedition spies the largest toothed predator on the planet.
Once thought to be extinct, the distinctive creature with an upturned nose is being reintroduced to its native waters as part of a long-term recovery strategy.
The juvenile female is only the second sighting in Australia and one of the few globally of the species.
The new additions are victories in the fight to preserve a vulnerable species.
The animal's eyes, nose and mouth look distinctly out of place.
The newborns hail from the largest, and rarest, of all pelican species.
Researchers think the three wallaroos may be descendents of a male albino brought to Bathurst by philanthropist Sir Edward Hallstrom 40 years ago.
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