baby dingos

Dingo pups are born in litters – an average of five are born per litter, but the number can reach ten. Pups become independent at three to four months old.

Wildflowers of Western Australia - Australian Geographic

Previous 1 of 21 images Next Fruitful Mottlecah (Eucalyptus macrocarp) flower in spectacular fashion, bursting from a large pod, splitting it slowly in half to produce flowers up to in diameter, usually bright red or pink-red.

baby koala

Infant koalas (joeys) emerge from their mothers’ pouches at about six months of age; they then travel around on her back for a further six months.

Dingo on Frazer Island

Images of Australia: Fraser Island dingo, QLD - Australian Geographic

Talk about unlikely best mates! Two orphaned babies, one a kangaroo and the other a wombat, have ended up forming a close relationship after ending up at the same Australian rescue center. The two tiny animals sleep together, and the closeness of their heartbeats is likely of mutual comfort.

Two orphaned babies, one a kangaroo and the other a wombat, have ended up forming a close relationship after ending up at the same Australian rescue center. I need a wombat. Somebody buy me a wombat please!

baby spotted tailed quolls

A litter of five spotted-tailed quolls born at a Sydney wildlife park is a boon for the endangered species.

Massive new national park declared in Northern Territory - Australian Geographic

The massive Limmen National Park and nearby marine park system has been declared protected in the NT, Australia.

10 best secluded beach spots in Australia - Australian Geographic

10 best secluded beach spots in Australia - Australian Geographic

Black Cockatoo in our back yard

Black Cockatoo in our back yard

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