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WESTERN QUOLL — Australian Western Quoll, Dasyurus geoffroii (formerly known as Dasyurus geoffroyi).  EXTINCT. | Photo from "Mammals of Australia", Vol. I Plate 51, Part of the 3 Volumes by John Gould, F.R.S. Published by the author, 26 Charlotte Street, Bedford Square, London, 1863

WESTERN QUOLL — Australian Western Quoll, Dasyurus geoffroii (formerly known as Dasyurus geoffroyi). EXTINCT. | Photo from "Mammals of Australia", Vol. I Plate 51, Part of the 3 Volumes by John Gould, F.R.S. Published by the author, 26 Charlotte Street, Bedford Square, London, 1863

Eastern Quoll Point Adoptables by twapa on DeviantArt

Just as a fun experiment, I'm trying my hand at adoptables. These are some slightly fanciful Eastern Quolls. The Eastern Quoll is an endangered Marsupia.

Eastern quolls, extinct on mainland, to be reintroduced in NSW national park » Focusing on Wildlife

Australian National University researchers have reintroduced wild eastern quolls from Tasmania into a Canberra sanctuary

True Wild Life  | Quoll  | The quoll  is a medium-sized marsupial, natively found in parts of Australia, Papua New Guinea and Tasmania. ...

True Wild Life | Quoll | The quoll is a medium-sized marsupial, natively found in parts of Australia, Papua New Guinea and Tasmania. ...

Tiger Quoll (Spot-tailed Quoll) - Dasyurus maculatus. The Tiger Quoll (Spot-tailed Quoll) is the only Australian mammal with a spotted tail.

The Tiger Quoll (Spot-tailed Quoll) is the only Australian mammal with a spotted tail.

Quolls, so cute

Quolls, so cute

A young little spotted tailed quoll (threatened species) came to visit one morning.

A young little spotted tailed quoll (threatened species) came to visit one morning.

A nocturnal species, the eastern quoll shelters in a den by day, usually in an underground burrow, fallen log or rock pile. The eastern quoll is mainly terrestrial, moving across the ground with a bounding gait and only occasionally climbing.

Tasmania is home to a unique array of flora and fauna. One of the lesser known local species is the cat-sized Eastern quoll.

Eastern quoll decline prompts protection call

Eastern quoll decline prompts protection call

Chuditch or western quoll. Endangered species.Life span about 3-4years can live to 5.

Chuditch or western quoll.Life span about can live to

A sniff of hope to save the Otways' lost quolls

Deep in Victoria's wild Otway forests scientists are hunting for the region's last remaining tiger quolls.

Scientists believe that zebra stripes evolved to deter parasitic flies. Perfect picture for a Zebra Chip talk...

Why do zebras have stripes? Scientists have the answer

These zebras are stunning. By Sally Maxwell - Scratchboard Artist.

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