The tiger quoll is listed by the IUCN on the Red List of Threatened Species with the status "near threatened". The Australian Department of the Environment and Heritage considers the northern subspecies D. m. gracilis as endangered. This species is vulnerable to decline because it requires certain climates and habitats, it tends to live in low densities, it is likely to compete with introduced predators and requires lots of space, and it does not live very long

Baby spotted quoll - carnivorous marsupial native to mainland Australia, New Guinea, and Tasmania. (Doesn't look like a kangaroo or a koala bear to me.

Snow Gum Tree Bark...what a contrast in a Aussi garden! Miss the smell of them...not the mess and sweeping the leaves off the patio ;)

Snow Gum Tree Bark - natural tree which creates iridescent colours when under-layers are exposed.

Superb Fairy-wren, Australia.  I have these in my garden every morning. Even when I can't see them, I can hear their song.

Found in south-east Queensland, south to Tasmania, across Victoria to the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. Generally within 200 kms from the coast. Also up the Murray River and Lachlan River in New South Wales.

Frill-neck lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingii) when threatened they chase you by frilling their neck them run after you on two legs while hissing. Yeah...i heard they are poisonous too but I'm not sure.

Frill-neck lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingii) when threatened they chase you by frilling their neck them run after you on two legs while hissing.i heard they are poisonous too but I'm not sure.

SULPHUR CRESTED COCKATOO  MORUYA NSW AUSTRALIA  BY PETER STYRING.. from Australian Parrots and Birds

The Sulphur-crested Cockatoo (Cacatua galerita) is a relatively large white cockatoo found in wooded habitats in Australia and New Guinea.

Fairy Wren Birds

Features Bird Photography from Australia, containing hundreds of species with informative notes. Bird Photos include images of Osprey, Wedge Tailed Eagles, Kookaburras, Parrots & Cockatoos.

Frill Neck Lizard or Dragon (Chlamydosaurus kingii) Australia and New Guinea (evolved from dragons of course)

Frill-necked lizard, (Chlamydosaurus kingii), is a tree dwelling lizard found in northern Australia. It feeds on insects and small vertebrates.

GHOST GUM (Corymbia aperrerinja), Ellery Creek, WEST MACDONNELL NATIONAL PARK

GHOST GUM (Corymbia aperrerinja), Ellery Creek, WEST MACDONNELL NATIONAL PARK

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