Australian Animals: Part Two [Index]

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Bilby

Bilby

A marsupial with a little difference, the Bilby, or Rabbit-eared Bandicoot, belongs to the bandicoot group or family and is about the size of a domestic cat. Their stand-out feature is their large ears.

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Kangaroo

Kangaroo

Most people know a little about our famous long tailed, jumping marsupial.

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Koala

Koala

Another unique Australian marsupial, unlike the kangaroo that spends its life hopping around at ground level, the koala lives in the trees. To be a little more accurate gum trees.

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Dingo

Dingo

The dingo is a magnificent animal and Australia's very own unique wild dog.

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Aussie Wombat

Aussie Wombat

The Combat Wombat is a True Blue Sydney Aussie they are slow moving happy critters that should never be underestimated.

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The duck billed Platypus

Platypus

The Australian duck billed platypus is one of the most unusual and cleverest animals on the planet. Scientists and biologists have long argued over whether God just simply had a sense of humor or if this unusual creature was a throw-back to a lot of mixed breeding.

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Tasmanian Devil

Tasmanian Devil

Another of Australia's most unique animals this whiskered, stocky and muscular creature resembles a a large fat puppy. With a dog-like head it has dark brown fur with a uniform white strip around the front of it's neck almost resembling a footy jumper!

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Bandicoot

Bandicoot

The Southern Brown Bandicoot is a marsupial found mostly in southern Australia and is a short-nosed bandicoot. Another name used fr this small creature is the quenda.

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Crocodile

Crocodile

The Saltwater Crocodile is the world's largest reptile growing up to lengths of seven metres or more with the average size being around four meters.

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Brush Tailed Possum

Brush Tailed Possum

A nocturnal marsupial the common possum eats mostly Eucalyptus leaves but they are rarely the sole diet. It has adapted well around humans and loves a hand-out of fruit and vegetable scraps and other left-overs.

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Animal photos courtesy of Glenn Budd (Digital Light Photography), Gerry Pearce (Australian Wildlife dot.com) and Sandra Forster.

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