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Quolls

There appeared to be a little sibling rivalry going on as two spotted quolls were introduced to the public at Chris Humfrey's Wild Action Zoo in Australia.

The origin of the phrase “cute as a button”…it actually has nothing to do with a button as in a button on a shirt. the button quail is a very small gray super, super fluffy squishy looking (or ‘cute’ if you will) bird. people used to say “cute as a button”, meaning “cute as a button quail” b/c the bird was considered so adorable.

The origin of the phrase “cute as a button”…it actually has nothing to do with a button as in a button on a shirt. the button quail is a very small gray super, super fluffy squishy looking (or ‘cute’ if you will) bird. people used to say “cute as a button”, meaning “cute as a button quail” b/c the bird was considered so adorable.

Australian Wombat

A Wombat is a short-legged, muscular quadrupedal marsupials that are native to Australia and are approximately 1 metor in length, with short, stubby tails. from the Taronga Zoo

Quoll - Australia

The Tiger Quoll (Spot-tailed Quoll) is the only Australian mammal with a spotted tail.

QUOLL....found in the forests of Australia and New Guinea....also called the "native cat"....evolved around 15 million years ago....a length of 14 and 29.5 inches long....a weight of 3 to 15 pounds....only live 2 to 5 years....related to the Tazmanian devil

Australia New Guinea"native cat"evolved around 15 million years ago,length 14 and to 15 pounds,lives 2 years,related to Tazmanian devil

Hmm, chinchilla?  Nope.  Probably a kinkajou (sp?)

"Wombat - Native only to Australia, wombats are solitary, marsupials who feed mostly on grass and roots." That ain't a wombat! That's a possum!

Amore mio baciami

Come and pick your favourite Funny Animals. Every day there is a new one to see! Strange Nature has more Funny Animal Pictures with Cap.

Opossums

How many Opossum babies can you count? Opossum mother and her babies and we think ONE kid is heavy!

Tasmanian Devil

Tasmanian devils may have a fearsome reputation, but they are really just misunderstood. - The Tasmanian devil is a carnivorous marsupial of the family Dasyuridae, now found in the wild only on the Australian island state of Tasmania.

Quoll, it looks similar to a Tasmanian Devil to me.

Northern quoll (Dasyurus hallucatus), also known as the northern native cat, the satanellus, the North Australian native cat or the njanmak (in the indigenous Mayali language), is a carnivorous marsupial native to Australia.

Rat and its kid leaf water drop

Interview With Illustrator Therese Larsson - Tuts+ Design & Illustration Article, for some reason I really like this picture

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