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  • Black Forest Wallaby Skull
    Dorcopsis atrata.,The black dorcopsis is believed to be mainly nocturnal but may move around during the day in dense forest. It feeds on shoots, leaves, grasses, fruit and roots which it gathers with its mouth and manipulates with its fore paws. *Specifications Class: Mammalia Order: Diprotodonti..
  • Brush-tail Possum Skull
    Trichosurus Vulpecula., This nocturnal, arboreal marsupial is a relative to the American opossums and lives a similar lifestyle. Native to Australia, it was introduced to New Zealand in the late 1800's where it has become an extreme nuisance. * Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Marsupialia: ..
  • Petrogale penicillata., The brush-tailed rock wallaby was once widespread, ranging throughout eastern Australia. Thanks largely to overhunting for its thick fur and predation by introduced red fox, this species now only occurs in fragmented populations and is listed as critically endangered. Wallabi..
  • Long-nosed Bandicoot Skull
    Perameles nasuta., Bandicoots are solitary, nocturnal marsupials. During the day, these animals usually stay in their nests, which are shallow holes in the ground that are lined with grasses and other plant material. The long-nosed bandicoot is indigenous to the rain forests as well as wet and dry w..
  • Potorous tridactylus., The long-nosed potoroo is a marsupial native to Australia and Tasmania. The potoroo is primarily a nocturnal species that forages on plants, fungi and insects at night. *Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Marsupialia: Diprotodontia FAMILY: Potoroidae Origin: Australia ..
  • Myrmecobius fasciatus., These south Australian mammals are primarily diurnal, spending their days scavenging ant hills and termite mounds for food. They have long extendible tongues that they use when probing for insects. * Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Marsupialia: Dasyuromorphia FAMILY..