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Aussie mammals

Australia was isolated from the rest of the world for many many milions of years, allowing the fauna to specialise into many special niches. When rabbits, cats and foxes were introduced the devastation was swift. In less than two centuries most medium-sized native mammals became endangered or extinct.
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Cat Felis catus
Cat Felis catus
Little Red Flying-fox
Little Red Flying-fox
White-striped Mastif Bat
White-striped Mastif Bat
Greater Broadnosed Bat
Greater Broadnosed Bat
Horseshoe Bat
Horseshoe Bat
Rattus tunneyi, Pale Field Rat
Rattus tunneyi, Pale Field Rat
Brush-tailed Rabbit-rat, Conilurus penicillatus
Brush-tailed Rabbit-rat, Conilurus penicillatus
Dingo
Dingo
Dingo
Dingo
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Cat_3099.jpg
Asian Water Buffalo, Bubalus bubalis
Asian Water Buffalo, Bubalus bubalis
Echidna on road
Echidna on road
Tasmanian Echidna
Tasmanian Echidna
Short-eared Rock wallaby, Badbong
Short-eared Rock wallaby, Badbong
Red-necked Pademelon, (Thylogale thetis)
Red-necked Pademelon, (Thylogale thetis)
Thylogale thetis
Thylogale thetis
Tasmanian Pademelon
Tasmanian Pademelon
Joey of Eastern grey Kangaroo, Macropus giganteus
Joey of Eastern grey Kangaroo, Macropus giganteus
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WildRoo9437.jpg
Eastern Grey Kangaroo
Eastern Grey Kangaroo
Wallaroo and mum
Wallaroo and mum
Female Common Wallaroo, Macropus robustus
Female Common Wallaroo, Macropus robustus
Male Common Wallaroo, Macropus robustus
Male Common Wallaroo, Macropus robustus
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