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A vast island continent of almost three million square miles, Australia's splendid seclusion has made it home to some of the most extraordinary animals on the planet. Meet Australia's unique animals; from pouch breeding marsupials, and big birds, to bats and terrifying reptiles.
High up in the treetops, along the eastern coastal belt of Australia, lives a special kind of fruit-eating bat: the flying fox. These highly sociable and adaptable mammals live in large colonies numbering in the thousands, wingtip to wingtip. Get a close-up of one of Australia's more unusual and misunderstood mammals.
Thousands of years ago, before the world divided into continents, a group of mouse-like creatures migrated from what is now South America to Australia. Discover two lesser-known, but no less fascinating, members of the extraordinary marsupials: the gentle quokkas and the tenacious quolls.
In Queensland, Australia, the rainforests are the perfect incubators for a dazzling variety of insects. From the 240 species of butterfly to the skillful weaver ants that build nests using larval silk, follow the members of a miniature world that rivals the diversity and intricacy of our own.
The tropical north of Australia is a haven of biodiversity, where an exotic array of wildlife shape their lives round the rainy season. Flamboyant jabiru storks, ferocious freshwater crocodiles, and archer fish with astounding marksmanship all play their part in the interconnected life of this ecosystem.
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