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How Echidnas Walk

Echidnas are special in many ways. They lay eggs, but are mammals. They can move rocks many times their own weight. And…. Echidnas have two front feet that point forwards (as do most feet in the animal kingdom), and two back feet that point backwards. BACK FEET THAT...

Wild koala walks to tourist

Pat is a wild koala who lives in the You Yangs near Melbourne, Australia. She first met researchers from Echidna Walkabout in 2006, when she was a joey living with her mother Smoky. Now 12 years later, she is an older female still living in the same home range she had...

Winter Wildlife in Australia

by Janine Duffy If you love wild animals, and want to come wildlife watching in Australia in May, June, July, August or September, where are best places to go? Kangaroos & Crocodiles 10 days Tropical North Queensland from May to September is warm and sunny, and in the...