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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Baby Thylacine


Thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus), an extinct carnivorous marsupial found in Tasmania until the 1930s. they all are now can`t be found in any lands on earth. Thylacine are marsupial mammals

There are 336 species of marsupial mammals: 95 opossums, 6 shrew opossums, the Monito del Monte, the Kowari, the Kultarr, the Little Red Kaluta, the Dibbler, the Sandstone Dibbler, 2 mulgaras, 3 ningauis, 10 dasyures, 2 phascogales, 5 planigales, 21 dunnarts, 10 antechinuses, 5 false antechinuses, the Tasmanian Devil, 6 quolls, 2 marsupial shrews, the Greater Bilby, 19 bandicoots, 2 marsupial moles, the Koala, 3 wombats, 22 cuscuses, 5 possums, the Scaly-Tailed Possum, 5 pygmy possums, the Honey Possum, 3 trioks, the Striped Possum, the Leadbeater's Possum, 6 gliders, the Greater Glider, the Feathertail Glider, the Feathertail Possum, 16 ringtail possums, 12 tree-kangaroos, 4 kangaroos, 7 wallabies, 2 wallaroos, 7 pademelons, the quokka, the Swamp Wallaby, 6 dorcopsis wallabies, 2 nail-tail-wallabies, 16 rock-wallabies, 2 hare-wallabies, the Banded Hare-Wallaby, 2 bettongs, the Boodie, the Woylie, 4 potoroos, the Rufous Rat-Kangaroo, and the Musky Rat-Kangaroo.

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1 comment:

  1. This is so intersting! I never heard of these animals before..

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