As the name suggests, the Tasmanian devils live across the Tasmanian wilderness, forests, farmlands and coastlines, even in the suburbs.
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Echidnas are egg-laying mammals from Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea, evolved between 20 and 50 million years ago. But is still considered quite enigmatic by the researchers and scientists.
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Pangolins, also known as scaly anteaters, are solitary and primarily nocturnal mammals, uniquely covered with tough and sharp scales that look like pine cones.
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The Barbirusas are specifically found in the in the swamps and rain forests of Indonesian islands. With barrel-shaped bodies balanced on delicate.
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Nocturnal, solitary and arboreal, the Aye-aye is actually a species of lemur and can be found only on the island of Madagascar. A full-grown Aye-aye is typically about three feet long.
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Meerkats are super cute squirrel-size members of the mongoose family, with bushy, brown-striped fur, a small pointed face coming to a point at the brown nose.
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Known as Carpincho or Water Hog, Capybara is the largest living rodent, a semi aquatic mammal of the Central and South America. It can be found in South America.