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. When threatened, this skink puffs up its body to appear...
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Black Swan

Black Swan... The black swan is native to Australia and New Zealand. It has a bright red bill and is almost entirely covered with black feathers, with a line of white flight feathers at the edges of its wings. Adults...
bilby (Macrotis lagotis)

Bilby (Macrotis)

Bilby (Macrotis)... The bilby is a marsupial, and belongs to the same taxonomic order as the bandicoot. In fact, another name for it is the rabbit-eared bandicoot. Like the bandicoot, the bilby’s pouch faces backward so that dirt doesn’t enter...
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 short, stocky body. Its hind legs are strong and specialized...

Sugar Glider

...Amazing Animal Books   Sugar Gliders are featured in the following books: 25 Nocturnal Animals 25 Australian Animals 101 facts... Marsupials 25 Cutest Animals in the World! The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about Sugar Gliders. Details of the videos featured are underneath. The Playlist: Sugar gliders...
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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 and Southeast Asia, living in vacant rabbit burrows or hollow...
...Amazing Animal Books Saltwater crocodiles are featured in the following books: 25 Top Predators in the World 25 Most Deadly Animals in the World 25 River Monsters 25 Australian Animals 101 Facts… Crocodiles! The YouTube video below contains a playlist of videos about saltwater crocodiles. The...
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, however, preferring instead to flee. But if it is cornered...
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