Echidna

Best place to see Wildlife in Tasmania

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Echidna
Echidna
Selfie with a roo
Selfie with a roo
Spotted Quoll also known as the Tiger Quoll
Spotted Quoll also known as the Tiger Quoll
Female Elephant Seal on Granite Beach
Female Elephant Seal on Granite Beach
Tasmanian Devils
Tasmanian Devils
Cycling the inland road on Maria Island
Cycling the inland road on Maria Island with a Tiger Snake
Alone on the beach with crabs!
Alone on the beach with crabs!

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    1. Think of a Quoll as the Australian equivalent of a cat/tiger/lion/couger, except with a pouch like a Kangaroo. A small non aggressive marsupial that luckily has a kind nature towards humans. Super cute and not commonly sighted.

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