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 Britton Animal Encounters - Eastern Quoll: Nat Geo WILD on...
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 the back and a pointed head. Due to the small...

Koala

...Amazing Animal Books   Koalas are featured in the following books: 25 Australian Animals 101 facts... Marsupials 25 Cutest Animals in the World! The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about koalas. Details of the videos featured are underneath. The Playlist: Cute and cuddly! Koala bears eat...
Emu_Bird

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 coat of arms. They are about 6.6 feet (2 meters)...
Common Brushtail Possum Facts! The common brushtail possum is a marsupial found in Australia. It is the second-largest of the possums, weighing 2.6 to 9.9 pounds (1.2 to 4.5 kilograms). It has a bushy tail with a prehensile (adapted for...
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 pink, yellow, orange, black or grey ones. These birds are...
Brown Snake (Pseudonaja)... The common name “brown snake” can refer to several different kinds of snakes, usually either the genus Storeria (in North and Central America) or the genus Pseudonaja (native to Australia). Here we’ll take a look at Pseudonaja....
Blue-winged Kookaburra... The blue-winged kookaburra is a large kingfisher with a long beak and a square head. Its head has brown streaks, while its shoulders, rump and (in males) the tail are blue in color. They are rather shy birds...
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