An amazing new clinic in the outskirts of the Australian Capital Territory has been recognised for it’s world-renowned programs aimed at reintroducing Canberra residents to a life outside their circular inland public service-reliant city.

Species reintroduction is the deliberate release of a species into the wild, from captivity or other areas where the organism survives – and has until now never been successfully applied to people from the Bush Capital.

The lead doctor at the ACTnormal reintroduction clinic, Professor Nadruku, says it’s definitely a gruelling process that they have formulated, but it is one that should equip almost any Canberran for a trip to the beach, or a dress code that specifically asks for no sleeveless hoodies.

“The goal of species reintroduction is to establish a healthy, genetically diverse, self-sustaining population to an area where it has been extirpated, or to augment an existing population”

“While Humans have been reintroducing species for food and pest control for thousands of years, it has taken until now to figure out just what needs to be emphasised in the lives of Canberra residents, before they make tracks elsewhere”

After six years of trials, the professionals at ACTnormal beleive Queanbeyan residents are the easiest to tame, mainly because they could almost play off being your run of the mill regional NSW townies, but the full-blown government babies are by far the hardest.

“Anyone who is born into government families are very hard to prepare for a life outside entitlements and pensions” said Professor Nadruku.

“The same goes for people that arrive in town to work as political staffers in their mid twenties and then want to head back home as a forty year old to run as a Federal Member in their home town”

“We are yet to find success with this particular breed”



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