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Marsupial Collection

"Discover the Fascinating World of Marsupials: From Wombats to Kangaroos and More

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) adult, close-up of head, feeding on leaves in eucalyptus tree

Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) adult, close-up of head, feeding on leaves in eucalyptus tree, Australia

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Common Wombat (Vombatus ursinus) adult female, with young, standing together, Tasmania, Australia

Common Wombat (Vombatus ursinus) adult female, with young, standing together, Tasmania, Australia

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Antique map of Tasmania

Antique map of Tasmania

Background imageMarsupial Collection: A Quokka marsupial on Rottnest Island, Western Australia

A Quokka marsupial on Rottnest Island, Western Australia
A Quokka standing upright on his hind legs looking at the camera. Rottnest Island, Fremantle, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Duck-billed / Duckbill Platypus - Swimming underwater New South Wales, Australia RMS04561

Duck-billed / Duckbill Platypus - Swimming underwater New South Wales, Australia RMS04561
AUs-1554 Duck-billed / Duckbill Platypus - Swimming underwater New South Wales, Australia Ornithorhynchus anatinus Reg Morrison / Auscape / ardea.com Auscape Please note that prints are for personal

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Kangaroo with baby joey in its pouch. Australia

Kangaroo with baby joey in its pouch. Australia

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Wombat (Vombatus ursinus), Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria, Australia, Pacific

Wombat (Vombatus ursinus), Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria, Australia, Pacific

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Pterodactyls considered as marsupial bats

Pterodactyls considered as marsupial bats
Pterodactylus crassirostris above P. brevirostris. Plate from Note on the Pterodactyle Tribe... Paper in The Zoologist, Vol 1, 1843 by Edward Newman

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Western Grey Kangaroo - mother & joey in pouch - Australia

Western Grey Kangaroo - mother & joey in pouch - Australia
CAN-1029 Western Grey KANGAROO - with joey in pouch Australia Macropus fuliginosis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Koala - mother with piggybacking young climbs up a tree to change to a new feeding and sleeping tree

Koala - mother with piggybacking young climbs up a tree to change to a new feeding and sleeping tree
SAS-1261 Koala - mother with piggybacking young climbs up a tree to change to a new feeding and sleeping tree. The young clings vigorously to its mother's back to not to fall off

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Sugar Glider - Female with young on back, Australia JPF03739

Sugar Glider - Female with young on back, Australia JPF03739
JPF-14130 Sugar Glider - Female with young on back Australia Petaurus breviceps Jean-Paul Ferrero Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Opossum - Walking on tree branch

Opossum - Walking on tree branch
CAN-839-M Opossum - walking on tree branch Didelphis virginiana John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Antique map of Victoria or Port Phillip in Australia with vignettes

Antique map of Victoria or Port Phillip in Australia with vignettes

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Tasmanian Pademelon - female adult and weaned young in lush temperate rainforest

Tasmanian Pademelon - female adult and weaned young in lush temperate rainforest
SAS-1666 Tasmanian Pademelon - female adult and weaned young in rainforest. Mount Field National Park, Tasmania, Australia Thylogale billardierii Steffen & Alexandra Sailer Please note that prints

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Quokka - Rottnest Island, Western Australia JPF46352

Quokka - Rottnest Island, Western Australia JPF46352
JPF-14336 Quokka Rottnest Island, Western Australia Setonix brachyurus Jean-Paul Ferrero Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Sugar Glider - Female with young on back - Australia JPF03728

Sugar Glider - Female with young on back - Australia JPF03728
JPF-14131 Sugar Glider - Female with young on back Australia Petaurus breviceps Jean-Paul Ferrero Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Bilby / Rabbit-eared BANDICOOT - Central Australian deserts JPF0037d

Bilby / Rabbit-eared BANDICOOT - Central Australian deserts JPF0037d
JPF-14037 Bilby / Rabbit-eared BANDICOOT - Central Australian desert Macrotis lagotis Jean-Paul Ferrero Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Koala Mother & Young, Australia

Koala Mother & Young, Australia
CAN-265 Koalas - Mother and young Australia Phascolarctos cinereus John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Koala - adult sitting high up in the trees feeding on this tough, toxic and low-nutritioned leaves

Koala - adult sitting high up in the trees feeding on this tough, toxic and low-nutritioned leaves
SAS-1534 Koala - adult sitting high up in the trees feeding on this tough, toxic and low-nutritioned leaves Otway National Park, Victoria

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Australia JPF 11533 Road sign warning of Kangaroos. Western NSW. © Jean-Paul Ferrero / ARDEA LONDON

Australia JPF 11533 Road sign warning of Kangaroos. Western NSW. © Jean-Paul Ferrero / ARDEA LONDON
JPF-11533 Australia - Road sign warning of Kangaroos Western NSW Jean Paul Ferrero Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Chocolate Bilby - Australia's version of the Easter bunny JLR07151

Chocolate Bilby - Australia's version of the Easter bunny JLR07151
JLR-377 Chocolate Bilby - Australias version of the Easter bunny Macrotis lagotis Jean-marc La Roque Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Koala - Female and young in tree - Australia JPF29811

Koala - Female and young in tree - Australia JPF29811
JPF-13101 Koala - Female and young in tree Australia Phascolarctos cinereus Jean-Paul Ferrero Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Sugar Glider - With young on back - East Coast, Australia, North-eastern coastal Australia JPF03748

Sugar Glider - With young on back - East Coast, Australia, North-eastern coastal Australia JPF03748
JPF-14144 Sugar Glider - With young on back East Coast, Australia, North-eastern coastal Australia Petaurus breviceps Jean-Paul Ferrero Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Duck-billed Platypus Adult male, South Esk River area, North East Tasmania, Australia

Duck-billed Platypus Adult male, South Esk River area, North East Tasmania, Australia
AU-1745 Duck-billed PLATYPUS - adult male South Esk River area, NE Tasmania, Australia Ornithorhynchus anatinus Auscape Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Koala - adult sitting high up in the trees feeding on this tough, toxic and low-nutritioned leaves

Koala - adult sitting high up in the trees feeding on this tough, toxic and low-nutritioned leaves
SAS-1262 Koala - adult sitting high up in the trees feeding on this tough, toxic and low-nutritioned leaves. With one arm it's grabbing for a twig with fresh leaves sticking it into its mouth

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Common Wombat - frontal portrait of an adult feeding on lush grass on a meadow at dawn - New South

Common Wombat - frontal portrait of an adult feeding on lush grass on a meadow at dawn - New South Wales, Australia
SAS-1762 Common Wombat - frontal portrait of an adult feeding on lush grass on a meadow at dawn New South Wales, Australia Vombatus ursinus Steffen & Alexandra Sailer Please note that prints are for

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Kangaroo Island Western Grey Kangaroo - mother eating grass with joey in pouch

Kangaroo Island Western Grey Kangaroo - mother eating grass with joey in pouch, Flinders Chase National Park
JPF-14313 Western Grey Kangaroo - mother eating grass with joey in pouch Flinders Chase National Park, Kangaroo Island, South Australia Macropus fuliginosus fuliginosus Jean-Paul Ferrero Please note

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Quokka - Sitting down - Rottnest Island, Western Australia JPF01020

Quokka - Sitting down - Rottnest Island, Western Australia JPF01020
JPF-14061 Quokka - Sitting down Rottnest Island, Western Australia Setonix brachyurus Jean-Paul Ferrero Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Quokka - Female and young - Rottnest Island - Western Australia JPF00934

Quokka - Female and young - Rottnest Island - Western Australia JPF00934
JPF-14049 Quokka - Female and young Rottnest Island - Western Australia Setonix brachyurus Jean-Paul Ferrero Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Quokka - This marsupial is endemic to the south western corner of Australia where it lives in

Quokka - This marsupial is endemic to the south western corner of Australia where it lives in forest and heathland
DH-3662 Quokka Australia Setonix brachyurus This marsupial is endemic to the south western corner of Australia where it lives in forest and heathland

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Common brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula), Pebbly Beach, Marramarang National Park

Common brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula), Pebbly Beach, Marramarang National Park, New South Wales, Australia, Pacific

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Koala bear, Phascolarctos cinereus, among eucalypt leaves, Gorge Wildlife Park

Koala bear, Phascolarctos cinereus, among eucalypt leaves, Gorge Wildlife Park, South Australia, Australia, Pacific

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Wallaby - x2 holding hands

Wallaby - x2 holding hands
TEA-117-m Wallaby - x2 holding hands Andy and Clare Teare Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Australian Kangaroo sleeping with Australian Flag

Australian Kangaroo sleeping with Australian Flag
Kangaroo sleeping with Australian Flag

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Duck-billed Platypus On surface near bank of creek. Distribution: Eastcoast Australia & Tasmania

Duck-billed Platypus On surface near bank of creek. Distribution: Eastcoast Australia & Tasmania
HB-3816 Duck-billed Platypus - On surface near bank of creek Distribution: Eastcoast Australia & Tasmania. Ornithorhynchus anatinus Hans & Judy Beste Please note that prints are for personal display

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Red necked pademelon (Thylogale thetis) with joey peering from pouch

Red necked pademelon (Thylogale thetis) with joey peering from pouch, in scrubland at edges of rainforest, small macropod found in eastern Australia, Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia

Background imageMarsupial Collection: The Koala - Australia Best Known Icon

The Koala - Australia Best Known Icon

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Australia-Animal-Wallaroo-Kangaroo-Conservation

Australia-Animal-Wallaroo-Kangaroo-Conservation
This photo taken on February 9, 2015, shows a 1.5-metre (4.9-feet) tall albino wallaroo (R) with her normal coloured adult daughter (L)

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Petaurus breviceps ariel, sugar glider

Petaurus breviceps ariel, sugar glider
Petaurus breviceps ariel (Gould, 1849) sugar glider. BMNH 1842.5.26.1, female skin & skull, lectotype photographed next to specimen BMNH 1855.12.24.308 paralectotype skin

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Koala With Baby

Koala With Baby
JPF-323 KOALA - with baby Phascolarctos cinereus Jean Paul Ferrero Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMarsupial Collection: HB-3609-C

HB-3609-C
HB-3609 Koala - young close-up Eastern Australia Phascolarctos cinereus Hans & Judy Beste Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Prehistoric giant wombat, artwork

Prehistoric giant wombat, artwork
Prehistoric giant wombat. Computer artwork of a Diprotodon. These Australian mammals, also known as rhinoceros or giant wombats

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Grey Kangaroo Macropus giganteus Queensland Australia

Grey Kangaroo Macropus giganteus Queensland Australia

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Black-breasted Buzzard and Whistling Kite (Haliastur sphenurus)

Black-breasted Buzzard and Whistling Kite (Haliastur sphenurus) arguing Black-breasted Buzzards are uncommon Australian
DH-4181 Black-breasted Buzzard and Whistling Kite (Haliastur sphenurus) - Feeding on an Agile Wallaby (Macropus agilis) Near Mt Barnett, Gibb River Road, Kimberley

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Koala, (Phascolarctos

Koala, (Phascolarctos cinereus), endangered, South Australia

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Koala - holding onto tree trunk - showing leathery soles of feet

Koala - holding onto tree trunk - showing leathery soles of feet
HB-3820 KOALA - asleep in tree. Showing leathery soles of feet. Australia Phascolarctos cinereus Hans & Judy Beste Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Kangaroo Island grey kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus) with joey, Kelly Hill Conservation

Kangaroo Island grey kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus) with joey, Kelly Hill Conservation, Kangaroo Island, South Australia, Australia, Pacific

Background imageMarsupial Collection: Platypus - adult swimming in a river collecting food - Yungaburra, Atherton Tablelands

Platypus - adult swimming in a river collecting food - Yungaburra, Atherton Tablelands, Queensland, Australia
SAS-1656 Platypus - adult swimming in a river collecting food Yungaburra, Atherton Tablelands, Queensland, Australia Ornithorhynchus anatinus Steffen & Alexandra Sailer Please note that prints are



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"Discover the Fascinating World of Marsupials: From Wombats to Kangaroos and More. " Step into a world filled with unique creatures, as we explore the incredible diversity of marsupials. This antique map of Tasmania serves as our gateway to this captivating journey. In Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria, Australia, we encounter the adorable Wombat (Vombatus ursinus). With its stout body and endearing appearance, it roams freely in its natural habitat. Venturing further west to Rottnest Island in Western Australia, we come across the charming Quokka marsupial. Known for their friendly nature and contagious smiles, these little creatures are a delight to behold. No exploration of marsupials would be complete without encountering kangaroos. Witnessing a Kangaroo with a baby joey snugly nestled in its pouch is an awe-inspiring sight that can only be found in Australia's vast landscapes. Moving on to Mount Field National Park in Tasmania, we discover the enchanting Tasmanian Pademelon. In lush temperate rainforests, these graceful animals stand side by side on their hind legs while gazing directly into the camera – truly mesmerizing. Our next stop takes us high up into eucalyptus trees where Koalas reside. A mother with her piggybacking young showcases their strong bond as they climb together from one feeding and sleeping tree to another. As night falls over Australia's landscape, Sugar Gliders emerge from their nests. Females carry their young on their backs as they gracefully glide through the air - an extraordinary sight indeed. Heading towards Central Australian deserts brings us face-to-face with the elusive Bilby or Rabbit-eared Bandicoot. These remarkable creatures have adapted perfectly to survive harsh desert conditions. And let's not forget about Opossums. Walking along tree branches with agility and gracefulness they can a testament to the versatility of marsupials.