This video is called Corner Country, NSW Outback, Australia.
From the University of New South Wales in Australia:
‘Extinct’ mouse rediscovered
Tuesday, 14 October 2008
University of NSW PhD student Ulrike Kloecker rediscovered the Desert Mouse during research in the park last month.
“It was so exciting,” Ulrike said. “After all this time I have worked here, I believed I knew all the species that occurred in the area.
“I never thought I would actually have to get the mammal identification book out again,” she said. …
National Parks and Wildlife Service Tibooburra Area Manager Ingrid Witte said it’s not the first time a mammal presumed extinct has emerged in the treasure trove that is Sturt National Park.
“In 2003, the Dusky Hopping Mouse [see also here] was removed from the presumed extinct list after being rediscovered in Sturt and a species not detected for more than two decades – the “long haired rat” was found in earlier research.”
“These finds show the real value of protected areas as refuges for rare and endangered species in NSW,” Ms Witte said.