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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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Male and female Red Kangaroo, Macropus rufus
Male and female Red Kangaroo, Macropus rufus
Whiptail Wallaby
Whiptail Wallaby
Red-necked Wallaby
Red-necked Wallaby
Swamp Wallaby, Wallabia bicolor
Swamp Wallaby, Wallabia bicolor
Swamp Wallaby, Wallabia bicolor
Swamp Wallaby, Wallabia bicolor
Common Wombat, Vombatus ursinus
Common Wombat, Vombatus ursinus
Juvenile wombat
Juvenile wombat
Wombat spoor
Wombat spoor
Moor Wombat Spoor
Moor Wombat Spoor
Speeding wombat
Speeding wombat
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Koala_7394.jpg
Numbat
Numbat
Eastern quoll
Eastern quoll
Eastern Quoll, Dasyurus viverrinus
Eastern Quoll, Dasyurus viverrinus
Red-cheeked dunnart, Sminthopsis virginiae
Red-cheeked dunnart, Sminthopsis virginiae
Common Dunnart, Sminthopsis murina
Common Dunnart, Sminthopsis murina
Sminthopsis macroura (?)
Sminthopsis macroura (?)
Antechinus flavipes
Antechinus flavipes
Yellow-footed Antechinus, Antechinus flavipes
Yellow-footed Antechinus, Antechinus flavipes
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Planigale7951.jpg
Little Pygmy Possum
Little Pygmy Possum
Common Brushtail Possum, Trichosurus vulpecula
Common Brushtail Possum, Trichosurus vulpecula
Squirrel Glider
Squirrel Glider
Squirrel Glider
Squirrel Glider
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