Echidna Facts
Echidnas are animals that are said to have evolved before millions of years. Here are some interesting facts about this animal, which is an egg-laying mammal.
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Facts about the Spiny Anteater
Other than platypus, spiny anteaters or echidnas are the only mammals that lay eggs. Go through this Buzzle article for some interesting facts about the animal.
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Australian Tree Frog
One of the most popular pets in the world, the Australian tree frog, is a fascinating amphibian. It usually, has a vivid shade of green and is known by many names like, Green, White, and Dumpy tree frog. The article presented below...
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Wallaroo Facts
Wallaroos are closely related to kangaroos and resemble the latter in many aspects. This article provides some interesting facts about this animal.
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Wallaroo Habitat
Are you looking for information on wallaroo habitat? Here's some information about these marsupial animals.
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How is an Emu Different from an Ostrich?
Difference between ostrich and emu
In the comparison of an emu vs. ostrich, the main difference is their size and where they are found. Buzzle talks about all their other aspects to compare them further, along with the help of pictures for better understanding.
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Interesting Facts about Australian Wildlife
Fact about Penguin Island, Australia
A kangaroo hopping across the road is the first thing that is likely to cross your mind when you picture the Australian Outback. Though this semi-arid desert of Australia, known to be one of the least populated regions of the world...
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A-Z List of Native Australian Animals with Pictures
Native Australian animals
Australia is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. Some of the animals found here are very unique, and are not found anywhere else in the world. This Buzzle article provides an A-Z list of the native animals of Australia with...
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Kangaroo Habitat
That the habitat of kangaroos spans the Australian mainland is a well-known fact, but why these marsupials are only found here is something that not many people must be aware of.
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An Alphabetical List of Endangered Australian Animals with Pictures
Endangered Australian animals
Australia is blessed with an abundance of animal life, but unfortunately, there are many animals that are endangered or critically endangered. Buzzle provides you with an alphabetical list of them, along with pictures.
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Wombat Facts
Wombats, the Australian marsupials live from about 5 years to over 30 years. Studies show that some species of wombat are on the verge of extinction. Read on if you love animals...
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Dingo - Australian Wild Dog
Being a member of the Canidae family, Dingo - AKA the Australian Wild Dog or Warrigal, looks quite similar to a dog or a wolf, but has some fascinating traits which makes it stand out in the crowd. Continue reading....
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