Sugar Glider (Petaurus breviceps) clinging to branch, Crater Mountain, Papua New Guinea Stock Photo 4201-68234
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Echidna | Tachyglossus aculeatus | Wildlife Journey tour, Australia
wild Echidna seen on Wildlife Journey 4 day tour to East Gippsland, Australia. #echidna #tachyglossusaculeatus #eastgippsland #wildlifejourney
Featuring artwork by © d'Arcy Doyle - Gum Trees And The Dairy
Featuring work by D'Arcy Doyle - Old Gum Trees available at Anthea Polson Art on the Gold Coast Australia, specialising in contemporary Australian art and sculpture
Animal evolution has been shaped by the movements of the Earth
Researchers from Laboratoire d’Écologie Alpine in France have found that there are clear boundaries that separate groups of animals into different regions in the world.
Numbat The numbat, also known as the banded anteater, marsupial anteater, or walpurti, is a marsupial native to Western Australia and recently re-introduced to South Australia
The Kookaburras of the Blue Mountains
Learn about one of Australia's most beloved bird species! The Blue Mountains are renowned for their abundance of plant and animal species, particularly the bird life on offer. Here, hundreds of species call the lush rainforest and surrounding valleys their home, including one of the country’s most beloved bird; native Australian kookaburra. These birds are like tree-dwelling versions of the kingfisher who have a loud call sound that’s reminiscent of human laughter – hence their name, which…
Sugar Glider (Petaurus breviceps)
Wamboin, NSW, Australia. These little guys are nocturnal, and we occasionally see or hear them at night. This one has left his home in our front yard early, probably because it has been a hot day.