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This small marsupial has light brown-grey fur fading to white fur on the belly, as well as on the feet. It gained its common name as a…
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The golden bandicoot is a small omnivorous marsupial found in Australia. This mammal is rat-like in appearance, with a small hunched body…
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The greater bilby is the largest of the small, rat-like marsupials that are known as bandicoots. It has a comical appearance with its…
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Thought to now be extinct, the pig-footed bandicoot was a small, ground-dwelling marsupial. It had a short, stiff coat that was orange-brown…
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Juvenile common five-lined skinks have conspicuous bright blue tails which fade with age.
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