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860-290900 - Short-beaked Echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus), an oviparous mammal of Australia. Short-beaked Echidnas feed on Ants and termites, the spiky coat, which can differ in color and density in Australia, is protecting the Echidna from predators. Australia, South Australia
746-91873 - Western grey kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus), on Kangaroo Island in the Flinders Chase National Park. Kangaroo Island is the third largest island of Australia and famous for the national parks and their wildlife. Australia, South Australia
746-91870 - Yellow-footed rock-wallaby, Petrogale xanthopus, in the Flinders Ranges National Park in the outback of South Australia. Mother with Joey in pouch. Australia, South Australia, Flinders Ranges National Park
746-91867 - Yellow-footed rock-wallaby, Petrogale xanthopus, in the Flinders Ranges National Park in the outback of South Australia. Mother with Joey in pouch. Australia, South Australia, Flinders Ranges National Park
746-91872 - Emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae). The Emu is quite common in Australia and is also farmed commercially for meat leather and oil. Even if the Emu is similar in shape and behaviour it is only a distant relative to the African Ostrich. the emu is the biggest bird in Australia and is of mythological importance to the Aboriginies of Ausralia too. Australia, Victoria
746-91874 - Western grey kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus), on Kangaroo Island in the Flinders Chase National Park. Kangaroo Island is the third largest island of Australia and famous for the national parks and their wildlife. Australia, South Australia
746-91869 - Yellow-footed rock-wallaby, Petrogale xanthopus, in the Flinders Ranges National Park in the outback of South Australia. Mother with Joey in pouch. Australia, South Australia, Flinders Ranges National Park
746-91868 - Yellow-footed rock-wallaby, Petrogale xanthopus, in the Flinders Ranges National Park in the outback of South Australia. Mother with Joey in pouch. Australia, South Australia, Flinders Ranges National Park
746-91871 - Emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae). The Emu is quite common in Australia and is also farmed commercially for meat leather and oil. Even if the Emu is similar in shape and behaviour it is only a distant relative to the African Ostrich. the emu is the biggest bird in Australia and is of mythological importance to the Aboriginies of Ausralia too. Australia, Victoria