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The Fierce Snake / Inland Taipan Facts – Questions and Answers

The Fierce Snake / Inland Taipan Facts! Questions and Answers - Venomous Snakes Of The World! Out of more than 3000 species of snakes in the world, only around 600 are...

Numbat Facts!

Numbat Facts! The numbat is a small marsupial that lives in Western Australia. The average length of a numbat is 13-18 inches. It has reddish-brown fur with white stripes on...

Dingo Facts!

Dingo Facts! Dingoes look very similar to domestic dogs. In fact, they are believed to be descended from semi-domesticated dogs that returned to the wild. They are found in Australia...
Ornithorhynchus anatinus

Duck Billed Platypus Facts

Duck Billed Platypus Facts Duck-billed Crazypus The Platypus looks like a bizarre combination of several animals and is a poster animal for the odd creatures to be found in Australia. It...
Sulphur-crested Cockatoo (Cacatua galerita)

Cockatoo Facts!

Cockatoo Facts! Cockatoos are crested parrots that inhabit the Australian continent. Their crest rises when the birds are threatened, angry or excited. They are usually white, but there are also...
Coastal Taipan

Coastal Taipan Facts!

Coastal Taipan Facts! The coastal taipan is the world’s third-most toxic land snake and Australia’s largest venomous snake, growing up to 9.8 feet (3 meters) long. It rarely attacks humans,...


...Amazing Animal Books   Wallabies are featured in the following books: 25 Australian Animals 101 facts... Marsupials The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about wallabies. Details of the videos featured are underneath. The Playlist: Baby...

Emu Facts!

Emu Facts! The emu is the world’s second-largest bird. It is native to Australia and is Australia’s largest bird. The emu, together with the kangaroo, are displayed on the Australian...

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