~~Wombat | short-legged, muscular quadrupedal marsupials that are native to Australia and are approximately 1 metre in length, with short, stubby tails | Taronga Zoo~~

~~Wombat | short-legged, muscular quadrupedal marsupials that are native to Australia and are approximately 1 metre in length, with short, stubby tails | Taronga Zoo~~

Quokka and its baby - The Quokka is a native Australian animal found only on Rottnest Island, Western Australia.

Quokka and its baby - The Quokka is a native Australian animal found only on Rottnest Island, Western Australia.

Echidna - an egg-laying mammal! What other animals lay eggs? Not just birds! Find out in That's Wild!

Echidna - an egg-laying mammal! What other animals lay eggs? Not just birds! Find out in That's Wild!

A Cute & Cuddly Koala ~  "But" Don't Get One Angry ~ Cute & Cuddly goes right out the door!!

Koala, Australia

A Cute & Cuddly Koala ~ "But" Don't Get One Angry ~ Cute & Cuddly goes right out the door!!

Kangaroo with a Joey (baby) in her pouch | Six Unique Animals of Australia | destination go

Kangaroo with a Joey (baby) in her pouch | Six Unique Animals of Australia | destination go

Bilby-These cute little animals are an endangered species. Bilby’s don’t drink water, they get enough from the food they eat. They sleep during the day in deep burrows and forage at night and are found mostly throughout the arid, dry areas of Australia.

Bilby-These cute little animals are an endangered species. Bilby’s don’t drink water, they get enough from the food they eat. They sleep during the day in deep burrows and forage at night and are found mostly throughout the arid, dry areas of Australia.

Baby Australian Eastern Quoll. Unlike most Australian animals, it will just kill you with cuteness.

Spotted Aussie Squee

Baby Australian Eastern Quoll. Unlike most Australian animals, it will just kill you with cuteness.

Echidna, they roam the australian bush and live on insects, they have very sharp spikes there is no way you can pick these up with your hands.

Some common Australian Animals

Echidna, they roam the australian bush and live on insects, they have very sharp spikes there is no way you can pick these up with your hands.

Kookaburra- reminds me of a song I was taught in kindergarten.  Kookaburra sits in an old gum tree counting all the monkeys he can see, laugh, kookaburra laugh, kookaburra thats no monkey thats me.

Kookaburra- reminds me of a song I was taught in kindergarten. Kookaburra sits in an old gum tree counting all the monkeys he can see, laugh, kookaburra laugh, kookaburra thats no monkey thats me.

G'day darling! Talking birds that escaped from Australian owners teach wild cockatoos to speak.    (Bird talk: Two cockatoos living in the wild in Australian's Northern Territory)

G'day darling! Talking birds that escaped from Australian owners teach wild cockatoos to speak

G'day darling! Talking birds that escaped from Australian owners teach wild cockatoos to speak. (Bird talk: Two cockatoos living in the wild in Australian's Northern Territory)

The goanna ('go-anna') is an Australian reptile that is also known as the monitor lizard. Some species of goanna can grow up to 2 m (around 6 ft) long.

The goanna ('go-anna') is an Australian reptile that is also known as the monitor lizard. Some species of goanna can grow up to 2 m (around 6 ft) long.

Echidna together with the platypus, are the only extant mammals that lay eggs (order Monotremata).

Echidna together with the platypus, are the only extant mammals that lay eggs (order Monotremata).

Rarely seen in the wild we went to a Tasmanian devil rescue center where they had a number in open pens where they could be cared for and kept from hopefully catching a facial cancer which is destroying the population. #Tasmania

Rarely seen in the wild we went to a Tasmanian devil rescue center where they had a number in open pens where they could be cared for and kept from hopefully catching a facial cancer which is destroying the population. #Tasmania

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