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Several groups of nomadic little red flying-foxes — a species that is vital to the pollination of local eucalypts — have been spotted visiting the Sunshine Coast particularly the northern roost sites that Sunshine Coast Council regularly monitors. Environment Portfolio Councillor Jenny McKay said council expected to see an influx of these critters over the rest of summer for their regular holiday visit.

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