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What is happening in this picture? Where is he or she going? What will happen next? What is on the grocery list?

What is happening in this picture? Where is he or she going? What will happen next? What is on the grocery list?

Quokkas come from the same family as the kangaroo (called Macropodidae) and they live on a handful of small Australian islands such as Rottnest Island and Bald Island. They can live for up to ten years, and just like other Macropods, the quokka is herbivorous and mainly nocturnal.

Quokkas come from the same family as the kangaroo (called Macropodidae) and they live on a handful of small Australian islands such as Rottnest Island and Bald Island. They can live for up to ten years, and just like other Macropods, the quokka is herbivorous and mainly nocturnal.

~~Red Kangaroo (Macropus Rufus) by Tim Laman~~

A Captive Red Kangaroo Macropus Rufus

Kangaroo joey, rescued from a forest fire and wears a diaper so he can hang out inside the house.

Speaking of extraordinary, this kangaroo joey was rescued from a forest fire.

Kangaroo joey, rescued from a forest fire and wears a diaper so he can hang out inside the house.

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

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

Second day in Oz and we got to hang out with baby kangaroos on campus! Their fur is so soft!

Second day in Oz and we got to hang out with baby kangaroos on campus! Their fur is so soft!

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