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The squirrel glider (Petaurus norfolcensis) is a small arboreal possum which is able to glide between trees using a large membrane of skin…
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Mahogany gliders were first described in 1883 but for over 100 years were thought to be a subspecies of the more common, squirrel glider (…
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The smallest and by far the most common of the Petaurus gliders, the sugar glider is a small, softly-furred possum with a bushy, prehensile…
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Information on the yellow-bellied glider is being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
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The burrowing bettong is a marsupial and the only burrowing member of the kangaroo family though, as its other common name, the Lesueur’s…
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The colouration of the shy, wary black-footed rock-wallaby (Petrogale lateralis) helps it to blend in with the background of…
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The shy and elusive long-footed potoroo is one of the rarest marsupial mammals in Australia. Potoroos are essentially small kangaroos…
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Last recorded alive in 1875, the enigmatic broad-faced potoroo was possibly an early victim of the expansion of European settlers into the…
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