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Animals-Aust. Wildlife 1.

Stock Images By Paul Ross

These wild native animals, the Northern Brown Bandicoot photographed in the Daintree rainforest, North Queensland, Brushtail Possum and baby photographed in the suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland, the rare Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby photographed at Mann River, mid northern New South Wales, an even more rare sighting of the Bennett's Tree Kangaroo and baby photographed in the Daintree rainforest near Cape Tribulation, Queensland and Agile Wallabies photographed around Townsville in North Queensla

Northern Brown Bandicoot - Isoodon macrourus
Northern Brown Bandicoot - Isoodon macrourus
Common Brushtail Possum & baby - Trichosurus vulpecula
Common Brushtail Possum & baby in pouch - Trichosurus...
Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby - Petrogale penicillata
Bennett's Tree Kangaroo - Dendrolagus bennettianus
Bennett's Tree Kangaroo - Dendrolagus bennettianus
Bennett's Tree Kangaroo & baby - Dendrolagus...
Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis
Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis
Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis
Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis



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Photo Information for Animals-Aust. Wildlife 1.

Photo 1. Northern Brown Bandicoot - Isoodon macrourus Inhabits anywhere where there is grass and lawns, protective cover dry eucalypt forest to open paddocks.

Photo 2. Northern Brown Bandicoot - Isoodon macrourus This rabbit sized marsupial, inhabits protective cover, dry eucalypt forest to open paddocks.

Photo 3. Common Brushtail Possum & baby - Trichosurus vulpecula A regular visitor to our home, this Brushtail possum brought her baby in for us to see.

Photo 4. Common Brushtail Possum & baby in pouch - Trichosurus vulpecula This Brushtail possum was a regular visitor to our home and brought her baby in for us to see.

Photo 5. Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby - Petrogale penicillata A Brush-tailed Rock-Wallaby at Tommy's Lookout in Northern New South Wales, where they live very high up on cliffs. Brush-tailed Wallabies are prey for Wedge-tailed Eagles.

Photo 6. Bennett's Tree Kangaroo - Dendrolagus bennettianus Rarely seen Bennett's Tree Kangaroo and baby feeding at the top of the rainforest canopy. This image was taken from a research tower crane in the Daintree rainforest, North Queensland.

Photo 7. Bennett's Tree Kangaroo - Dendrolagus bennettianus Rarely seen Bennett's Tree Kangaroo and baby feeding from the top of the forest canopy. This image was taken from a research tower crane in the Daintree rainforest, North Queensland.

Photo 8. Bennett's Tree Kangaroo & baby - Dendrolagus bennettianus A rare sight, Bennetts Tree Kangaroo and baby feeding from the top of the rainforest canopy. This image was taken from a research station tower crane situated in the Daintree Rainforest, North Queensland.

Photo 9. Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis Stopped on the roadside, curious about the onlookers.

Photo 10. Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis Watching from the roadside and wet from dew on the grass, he is curious about the onlookers.

Photo 11. Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis A curious Agile Wallaby watching.

Photo 12. Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis A curious Agile Wallaby, nibbling grass.