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Splendid-Fairy-Wren (Malurus splendens) calling. Dryandra Nature Reserve, Western Australia;   Photo Credit: Wayne Eddy

♂ splendid fairywren (Malurus splendens), also known simply as the splendid wren or more colloquially in Western Australia as the blue wren, Australia - male

Desert Death Adder (Acanthophis pyrrhus)

libutron: “ Desert Death Adder - Acanthophis pyrrhus Acanthophis pyrrhus (Elapidae) is a venomous adder native to Australia. As the species name suggests, pyrrhus means ‘flame-colored’, this snake has a bright reddish-brown coloration. Although venom.

Little Oliver the Koala with mother Lottie at Riverbanks Zoo

Oliver the Koala Comes out to Play ~ Photo credits Riverbanks Zoo via Zooborns

This is a beautiful perentie monitor lizard in Karijini National Park, Western Australia. It is the largest monitor lizard (or goanna) in Australia and the fourth largest lizard on Earth. Typically, they are not a common sight due to their extreme shyness and the remoteness of their natural habitat.   Photo Credit: Dayman Steptoe

Images of the outback - Australian Geographic. Perentie in Karijini National Park,WA. Very large monitor lizard but extremely shy.

Leucistic grey headed flying fox at the Australian Bat Clinic Photo credit: Dean Morgan

malformalady: “ Leucistic grey headed flying fox at the Australian Bat Clinic Photo credit: Dean Morgan ”

Laughing Kookaburra - Dacelo novaeguineae; is a carnivorous bird in the kingfisher family; eastern Australia.

Laughing Kookaburra can be seen and heard all over the Blue Mountains.

Wild Water Buffalo, Kaziranga, Assam    Photo Credit: Sumit Sen

Asian water buffalo were brought to Australia by early settlers as beasts of burden. Now, some of them roam free.

Nabarlek (Pygmy Rock-Wallaby, Little Rock Wallaby) - Petrogale concinna - This is the second-smallest known wallaby, with a head-body length of 11.41-13.77" / 29-35 cm and a weight of 2.2-3.74 lb / 1-1.7 kg. Found only in northern Australia, this nocturnal, semi-gregarious grazer of grasses and other vegetation is most closely related to the Monjon, the smallest wallaby and the Short-eared rock wallaby - Image : © Brad and Lynn's Field Photos

Nabarlek (Pygmy Rock-Wallaby, Little Rock Wallaby) - Petrogale concinna - This is the second-smallest known wallaby, with a head-body length of 11.41-13.77" / 29-35 cm and a weight of 2.2-3.74 lb / 1-1.7 kg. Found only in northern Australia, this nocturnal, semi-gregarious grazer of grasses and other vegetation is most closely related to the Monjon, the smallest wallaby and the Short-eared rock wallaby - Image : © Brad and Lynn's Field Photos

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