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  • Australia is using Easter to keep the bilby alive
  • Australia is using Easter to keep the bilby alive
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Australia is using Easter to keep the bilby alive

The bilby is an endangered but beloved Australian marsupial, and it's moving to dethrone the rabbit as Easter’s mascot Down Under. As Australia shifts towards secularism, religious traditions are being repurposed to suit contemporary values, like the fight to keep the bilby from extinction.

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