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Eastern Quoll

Dasyurus viverrinus

Description:

Small (about a foot long), black with white spots. Its tail was a solid black.

Habitat:

dry eucalypt forest, scrub, heath and farmland

Notes:

I saw this little guy at a wildlife recovery/sanctuary just outside Hobart, Tasmania. http://www.ozanimals.com/Mammal/Eastern-...

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5 Comments

Carol Milne
Carol Milne 7 years ago

Cool animal!

KarenL
KarenL 7 years ago

Congrats Dana, your spotting is featured in the Project Noah blog to celebrate Australia Day! http://blog.projectnoah.org/post/4144840...

CindyBinghamKeiser
CindyBinghamKeiser 9 years ago

Love the spots! Thank you for posting this cute little guy.

DanaZarzycki
DanaZarzycki 9 years ago

Not sure - is Bonorong an animal rehabilitation/sanctuary near Hobart? If it is, that is probably where we were! We just happened to see it as we were driving and stopped in, so I do not remember exactly where we were.

lori.tas
lori.tas 9 years ago

Did you go to Bonorong? I haven't been there in awhile. Despite their being only 20 minutes from where we live. I keep meaning to go see the baby devils.

DanaZarzycki
Spotted by
DanaZarzycki

Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Spotted on Apr 24, 2008
Submitted on Sep 16, 2011

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