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Twelve Wired Bird of Paradise

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Swift Parrot (Endangered) South East Australia.

Swift Parrot (Endangered) South East Australia.

Blue-tongued lizards, or skinks, have vivid cobalt-colored tongues. Native only to Australia, they're docile creatures that are often kept as pets. They're also the world's largest urban-dwelling wild lizards, and can grow as long as two feet!

Blue-tongued lizards, or skinks, have vivid cobalt-colored tongues. Native only to Australia, they're docile creatures that are often kept as pets. They're also the world's largest urban-dwelling wild lizards, and can grow as long as two feet!

The Quokka, known as 'the happiest animal in the world', is native to small islands off the coast of Western Australia.

The Quokka, known as 'the happiest animal in the world', is native to small islands off the coast of Western Australia.

Consulta esta foto de Instagram de @australia • 12.1 mil Me gusta

Consulta esta foto de Instagram de @australia • 12.1 mil Me gusta

With CPAP, you can sleep as peacefully as this Koala! #sleepapnea

With CPAP, you can sleep as peacefully as this Koala! #sleepapnea

National Geographic on Instagram: “photo by @joelsartore | This is Augustine, a mother koala with her joey, which is what we call koala babies. When a joey is first born, it is as small as a jellybean! The mother then carries her baby in her pouch for half a year, giving it time to grow fur and develop eyesight.

National Geographic on Instagram: “photo by @joelsartore | This is Augustine, a mother koala with her joey, which is what we call koala babies. When a joey is first born, it is as small as a jellybean! The mother then carries her baby in her pouch for half a year, giving it time to grow fur and develop eyesight.

"Of course it's Monday, does this look like my Friday face?" - Don't worry mate, we know how you feel. Although to be fair, #koalas are pretty much sleepy all the time! These famous Australian marsupials usually sleeps between 18 to 22 hours each day to conserve energy, as their diet of eucalyptus leaves requires a lot of energy to digest.

"Of course it's Monday, does this look like my Friday face?" - Don't worry mate, we know how you feel. Although to be fair, #koalas are pretty much sleepy all the time! These famous Australian marsupials usually sleeps between 18 to 22 hours each day to conserve energy, as their diet of eucalyptus leaves requires a lot of energy to digest.

When these little possums aren't gliding between trees, they are searching for sugary things like honey...hence their sweet 'Sugar Glider' name. Photo: @laurenepbath #visitgoldcoast

When these little possums aren't gliding between trees, they are searching for sugary things like honey...hence their sweet 'Sugar Glider' name. Photo: @laurenepbath #visitgoldcoast

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