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Australia's Top 21 Marsupial Animals

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Australia's amazing marsupial animals 21 major ones of the over 140 species most found nowhere else in the world.

Rated 1 point - posted 11 years ago by amelco7 in category World.
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THYLACINE (TASMANIAN TIGER) Report Abuse
35 points - added 11 years ago by amelco7 - 1 comment
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Coolest marsupial ever
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GREY-HEADED FLYING FOX Report Abuse
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Bats aren't marsupials???
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TASMANIAN DEVIL Report Abuse
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KOALA Report Abuse
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WOMBAT Report Abuse
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RED KANGAROO Report Abuse
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BRIDLED NAILTAIL WALLABY Report Abuse
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NUMBAT Report Abuse
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SUGAR GLIDER Report Abuse
Sugar Glider, scientifically called Petaurus breviceps "short-headed rope-dancer" is a small arboreal gliding possum, and a type of marsupial mammal. Their name came from early bushman who found they liked sweet things like honey and sugar and from their ability to glide between trees
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SPOTTED TAILED QUOLL Report Abuse
The spotted-tailed quoll is the worlds second largest carnivorous (meat eating) marsupial (The Tasmanian Devil is the largest) The Spotted Tailed Quoll is sometimes referred to as a Tiger Quoll, or a Tiger Cat.
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QUOKKA Report Abuse
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PHASCOGALE Report Abuse
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KOWARI Report Abuse
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WALLAROO Report Abuse
This is not the kangaroo and the Infant born to a Wallaroo is called a Joey Wallaroos are quiet animals using foot thumping to warn each other of danger, When annoyed they may "hiss or cough".
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Tasmanian Pademelon Report Abuse
The name Pademelon came from the first Euorpean setlers who thought they saw a "PADdock full of MELONs"
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LUMHOLTA TREE KANGAROO Report Abuse
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SPOTTED CUSCUS Report Abuse
The Spotted Cuscus is widespread in New Guinea but, in Australia, is limited to the tip of Cape York, thus it is a rare animal to see as it is also very shy and being nocturnal it sleeps most of the day crouched in a branch.
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BILBY Report Abuse
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Wallaby Report Abuse
There basically a kangaroo but smaller and are so cute plus kept as pets. Watch this video Pets 101 Wallaby. They love jumping and feel safety in their mothers pouch, so get your own custom made
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they're awsome by the sounds of it.
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BANDICOOTS Report Abuse
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EASTERN PYGMY POSSUM Report Abuse
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