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The Marsupial Mole is actually not a mole but a curious little marsupial creature, only about 15 centimetres long. The characteristic of a marsupial is that the female of the species has a pouch to carry its young in. The Marsupial Mole is from the red deserts of Western and South Western Australia where it spends its time burrowing around in the dry flat riverbeds and dunes. The local aboriginals call it Itjaritjari.

The Marsupial Mole is actually not a mole but a curious little marsupial creature, only about 15 centimetres long. The characteristic of a marsupial is that the female of the species has a pouch to carry its young in. The Marsupial Mole is from the red deserts of Western and South Western Australia where it spends its time burrowing around in the dry flat riverbeds and dunes. The local aboriginals call it Itjaritjari.

Mala / Rufous Hare-wallaby

Mala / Rufous Hare-wallaby

Tia is a Malle fowl from Australia and it is an omnivore

Tia is a Malle fowl from Australia and it is an omnivore

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Brown Fur Seals (Arctocephalus pusillus) are native to Australia and South Africa and can be found living in colonies on the Victorian and Tasmanian coasts, however, they also venture into NSW and SA waters. They are the largest of the nine species of fur seals weighing between 190-280kg and up to 2.2 metres long, the males are larger than the females. They eat mostly fish, and are hunted by great white sharks and orcas. While friendly to people in water, they are dangerous to approach on…

Brown Fur Seals (Arctocephalus pusillus) are native to Australia and South Africa and can be found living in colonies on the Victorian and Tasmanian coasts, however, they also venture into NSW and SA waters. They are the largest of the nine species of fur seals weighing between 190-280kg and up to 2.2 metres long, the males are larger than the females. They eat mostly fish, and are hunted by great white sharks and orcas. While friendly to people in water, they are dangerous to approach on…

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