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Quokka, native Australian marsupial, Rottnest Island off Perth, Western Australia

SULAWESI CRESTED BLACK MACAQUES

Monkey - Sulawesi Crested Black Macaques, they realized they had been caught in their plot

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But a squirrel, but if a squirrel and kangaroo had a baby, this would be it. Quokka and baby in pouch on Rottnest Island, Western Australia

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There were about fifty white and gray pet geese on the farm we lived on when I…

The Nilgiri marten is the only species of marten found in southern India. Very little is known about these elusive, enchanting creatures.

These 15 Animals Without Hair Are Barely Recognizable

Nilgiri marten (Martes gwatkinsii) Mustelidae The Nilgiri marten is the only species of marten found in southern India. Very little is known about these elusive, enchanting creatures.

Mother Hedgehog helping her Baby up the wall

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Australian Wildlife - a Bobtail or Western Shingleback Skink (Tiliqua rugosa). Almost ran this little guy over as he was sitting in the middle of a dirt track.

Australian wildlife is an interesting mix, it is certainly unique on the planet, and on my trip in to Western Australia I saw some interesting examples.

This makes me so happy!

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Like a cross between a giant groundhog and a small bear, these corpulent cuties carry the distinction of being the world's largest burrowers and the second largest marsupial (some weigh up to 80 pounds!) Despite their teddy bear-like bearing and their generally docile demeanor, you may want to forgo up-close-and-personal contact. Wombats can be stubborn and occasionally dangerous.

10 of Australia's cutest animals

Like a cross between a giant groundhog and a small bear, these corpulent cuties carry the distinction of being the world's largest burrowers and the s

Tree-kangaroos are macropods adapted for life in trees. They inhabit the tropical rainforests of New Guinea and far northeastern Queensland, and some of the islands in the region. Most tree-kangaroos are considered threatened due to hunting and habitat destruction.

Photo credits: Ray Meibaum/Saint Louis Zoo A little Zoo present has popped up just in time to give a pounce of holiday cheer! “Nokopo” (pronounced NOH-koh-poh), a female Matschie’s Tree Kangaroo joey, has begun poking her head out from within.

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