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Twin brushtail possums
Oct 2001 Sheila

Twin brushtail possums

Avalon, Sydney

This was taken in our garden with Canon Ixus by my husband Fred. Twin brushtail possums are very rare. They are not related to the American opossum but are a marsupial with a great liking for bananas which is why they appear to be smiling.


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Sheila Smart06-Feb-2006 03:18
Thanks for your comment. We also have a female possum who is blind in one eye. We call her "H" which is short for Home Delivery as she waits in our centre gum tree for her daily intake of bananas. She must be getting fairly old now but is still having young.
Cheers
Sheila
Wellett Potter 06-Feb-2006 02:59
6/2/2006 1.55pm Monday, Cootamundra NSW
I think that this photograph is beautiful! One of the possums that is in my garden has twin babies. I took some very nice photos of them on Saturday evening of the three of them, one is slightly smaller than the other. The mother travels with the smallest one on her back and the larger one trails behind. The mother is easily identifiable, as she is blind in her left eye.
Sheila Smart27-Aug-2003 02:42
No. They are sitting very close together but I agree it does look that way!
moved to kieboom.net27-Aug-2003 02:26
Are this Siamese twins?