This article, publish 15 June 2017 by Lulu Morris, explains how the Daintree rainforest is threatened by private reserves which are diminishing the numbers of native animals and plant species. This is appears to be reliable because it has been published by one of the world's leaders in production of wildlife content. It is useful because it highlights how it is currently under threat, and how this impacts the large numbers of animals and insects who live there. It does not provide much extensive information about why these animals are under threat, and other sources are needed to further explore issues facing this tropical region in Queensland's north.
This is a video published on a YouTube channel by Sandra Eid, and features some interesting facts about wildlife and conservation in the Daintree Rainforest. While the facts are interesting and at possibly useful, they would need to be backed up by a more reilable source. It's difficult to know where these facts came from, and who Sandra Eid is. The video description shares a link to a .org website, but it's unclear if this website had any hand in creating the video itself.
"The land 'down under' is on the rise and as the pacific rim becomes home to some of the most diverse and powerful nations...the encroaching civilization wreaks havoc on the local natural and divers" A book which details how endangered species cope with the impact of human activity, including a chapter on the Cassowary, found in the Daintree Rainforest. Book found on the Geelong Regional Library website.