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Blue-tongued skink

Blue-tongued skink... The blue-tongued skink is a native Australian lizard, growing up to 23.5 inches (60 centimeters) long. Its special feature, as the name suggests, is its bright blue tongue....

Wedge-Tailed Eagle Facts!

Wedge-Tailed Eagle Facts!   Wedge-Tailed Eagles are featured in the following books: 25 Australian Animals 101 Birds of Prey facts! The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about Wedge-Tailed Eagles. Details of the videos...

Short-beaked echidna

...Amazing Animal Books   Short-beaked echidnas are featured in the following book: 25 Australian Animals The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about short-beaked echidnas. Details of the videos featured are underneath. Videos of...

Thorny Dragon Facts!

Thorny Dragon Facts!   Thorny dragons (also known as thorny devils) are featured in these following books: 25 Australian Animals 101 Facts... Desert Animals 25 Strangest Animals in the World! The YouTube video playlist below...

Quoll

...Amazing Animal Books   Quolls are featured in the following books: 25 Australian Animals 101 facts... Marsupials The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about quolls. Details of the videos featured are underneath. The Playlist: Ben...
Eastern Barred Bandicoot (Perameles gunnii)

Bandicoot

Bandicoot... The bandicoot is a rat-like marsupial native to Australia. It grows 11 to 32 inches (28 to 81 centimeters) long and has a pointed head and nose with a...
Numbat

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...
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,...

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