I've been doing a bit of reading about the Woylie / brush tailed bettong (Bettongia penicillata) as I try to familiarise myself with some of the more obscure and endangered Australian marsupials (I feel that I don't know enough about them) and I was wondering the following: Is the woylie common in zoos in ex-situ captive breeding programs outside of Australia ? Has anyone here worked with this species in captivity (or indeed in-situ) and if so what are these animals like to work with (in terms of temperament, care, challenges etc) ? For those of you who have seen these in zoos what do you find interesting (or not interesting as the case may be) about the bettong ? Is it another "little brown job" that bores you or is it charismatic enough that you would like to see more of these little mammals kept by zoos ? Look forward to your replies !