Wildlife in Australia

If you’re curious about the wildlife in Australia, you’re in the right place! This blog is going to focus on some of the more weird and wonderful animals you might find in Australia.

Fitzroy River Turtle

The Fitzroy River turtle is one of the wonders of wildlife in Australia. They are light to dark brown in colour and grows to approximately 260 mm in length.

Saltwater Crocodile

Wildlife in Australia most certainly includes these beautiful saltwater crocodiles. The saltwater crocodile is the biggest reptile on Earth. It can grow to be more than 23 feet long and weigh more than 2,200 pounds.

Tasmanian Devil

Tasmanian Devils are cute members of the Wildlife in Australia family. They are stocky carnivorous marsupial animals with heavy forequarters, weak hindquarters, and a large squarish head.


Koalas—possibly the cutest members of wildlife in Australia, they are also called koala bear, is a tree-dwelling marsupial of coastal eastern Australia classified in the family Phascolarctidae.


This blog has to include kangaroos because they're so associated with Australian fauna! Kangaroos are Australian marsupials. They have strong tails, rear legs, huge feet, short fur, and long, pointed ears.


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