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A group of wombats is called a "wisdom"

A group of wombats is called a "wisdom"

Black Currawong

Black Currawong

Echidna spines are modified hair

Echidna spines are modified hair

The spines are more defensive and unlike porcupines they do not release

The spines are more defensive and unlike porcupines they do not release

Pademelons are smaller cousins of wallabies and kangaroos

Pademelons are smaller cousins of wallabies and kangaroos

Blue-tongued skink

Blue-tongued skink

Eastern Rosella

Eastern Rosella

Wombats are tough skinned, burrowing marsupials

Wombats are tough skinned, burrowing marsupials

Echidnas like many Australian mammals are marsupials

Echidnas like many Australian mammals are marsupials

Emu!!

Emu!!

Western Quoll

Western Quoll

Light morph kangaroo

Light morph kangaroo

Low ten!

Low ten!

Mother and joey in a previously burned area

Mother and joey in a previously burned area

Wombats closest relative is the Koala

Wombats closest relative is the Koala

Bennets Wallaby and joey are residents of Tasmania

Bennets Wallaby and joey are residents of Tasmania

Musk Lorikeet

Musk Lorikeet

Noisy Miner

Noisy Miner

Pademelon and young joey

Pademelon and young joey

Echidnas are egg laying mammals

Echidnas are egg laying mammals

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