Quolls are mainly found in the forests of Australia and New Guinea. They live on the ground primarily though they can climb trees easily.
A quoll is about the size of a cat.
They have pointed snouts, pink noses, sharp teeth, large dark eyes, thick soft fur and long tails that can be about 20 to 35 cm long.
Are partially arboreal marsupials with long thick tails, pointed snout and long fox-like tapering ears belonging to the order Diprotodontia.
Are large, powerful, living lizards with long flat heads, round snouts, scaly skin, bowed legs and huge muscular tails.
Are large aquatic reptiles commonly referred as the Spectacled Caiman as the ridges above their eyes appear as if they wear sunglasses.
Are warm-blooded marine mammals with round eyes and long whiskers around the mouth.
Are the smallest group of flightless birds belonging to the genus Apteryx.
Are macropods or marsupials that are not large enough to be considered kangaroos.
Are legendary wild-dogs of Australia though they are also found in South East Asia.
Are long bodied, cold-blooded vertebrates that belong to the class Reptilia.
Are large highly-specialized rodents and amphibious mammals endemic to Australia and New Guinea.
Short about Quolls
Are medium sized marsupials and belong to the genus Dasyurus, which means “hairy tail”.