Weight: 0.7-2 kg
Social unit: Individual
The eastern quoll small beautiful animal & native cat Last seen on the Australian mainland in the 1960s, in Sydney’s suburbs, this cat-like marsupial (sometimes called the spotted native cat) now survives only in Tasmania. lt hunts on the ground by night for small mammals, birds, and other vertebrates, and large insects; it also eats fruit, grass, and carrion. Quolls occupy varied woody, shrubby, and grassy habitats, as provided by mixed agriculture. The male is longer and 50 per cent heavier than the female.
Slim and agile, the eastern quoll has white spots on its brown or black body, but not on the tail. The ears are large and erect.
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