MARSUPIALIA

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Koala
Phascolarctos cinereus
(Phascolarctidae)
Common Wombat
Vombatus ursinus
(Vombatidae)
Common Brushtailed Possum
Trichosurus vulpecula
(Phalangeridae)
Eastern Gray Kangaroo
Macropus giganteus
(Macropodidae)


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BRONZECOPPER-NICKELNICKEL-ALUMINUM-COPPER
Feathertail Glider
Acrobates pygmaeus
(Acrobatidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Spotted Cuscus
Spilocuscus maculatus
(Phalangeridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Kangaroos
Macropus giganteus
(Macropodidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)

Eastern Quoll
Dasyurus viverrinus
(Dasyuridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Tasmanian Devil
Sarcophilus harrisii
(Dasyuridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Kowari
Dasyuroides byrnei
(Dasyuridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Stripe-faced Dunnart
Sminthopsis macroura
(Dasyuridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Brush Tailed Phascogale
Phascogale tapoatafu
(Dasyuridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Numbat
Myrmecobius fasciatus
(Myrmecobiidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Dickson's Thylacine
Nimbacinus dicksoni
(Thylacinidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Thylacine
Thylacinus cynocephalus
(Thylacinidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Marsupial Lion
Thylacoleo carnifex
(Thylacoleonidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Marsupial Mole
Notoryctes typhlops
(Notoryctidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Mountain Pigmy Possum
Burramys parvus
(Burramyidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Diprotodon
Diprotodon optatum
(Diprotodondae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Marsupial Tapir
Palorchestes azeal
(Palorchestidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Cohen's Thingodonta
Yalkaparidon coheni
(Yalkaparidondae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Riversleigh Tube-nosed Bandicoot
Yarala burchfieldi
(Yaralidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Eastern Barred Bandicoot
Perameles gunnii
(Peramelidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Long-nosed Bandicoot
Perameles nasuta
(Peramelidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Pig-footed Bandicoot
Chaeropus ecaudatus
(Peramelidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Greater Bilby
Macrotis lagotis
(Thylacomyidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Common Ringtail Possum
Pseudocheirus peregrinus
(Pseudocheiridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Koala
Phascolarctos cinereus
(Phascolarctidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Riversleigh Rainforest Koala
Nimiokoala greystanesi
(Phascolarctidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Common Wombat
Vombatus ursinus
(Vombatidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Northern Hairy-nosed Wombat
Lasiorhinus krefftii
(Vombatidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Miocene Proto-wombat
Rhizophascolonus crowcrofti
(Vombatidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Striped Possum
Dactylopsila trivirgata
(Petauridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Common Striped Possum
Dactylopsila dactylopsila
(Petauridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Paljara
Paljara tirarensis
(Petauridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Spotted Cuscus
Spilocuscus maculatus
(Phalangeridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Scaly Tailed Possum
Wyulda squamicaudata
(Phalangeridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Gilbert's Potoroo
Potorous gilbertii
(Potoridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Long-footed Potoroo
Potorous longipes
(Potoridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Desert Rat-kangaroo
Caloprymnus campestris
(Potoridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Brush-tailed Rat-kangaroo
Bettongia penicillata
(Potoridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Giant Rat-kangaroo
Ekaltadeta ima
(Potoridae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Rufous Hare Wallaby
Lagorchestes hirsutus
(Macropodidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby
Petrogale xanthopus
(Macropodidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Black-flanked Rock Wallaby
Petrogale lateralis
(Macropodidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Tasmanian Pademelon
Thylogale billardierii
(Macropodidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Western Grey Kangaroo
Macropus fuliginosus
(Macropodidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Grey Kangaroo
Macropus giganteus
(Macropodidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Black Wallaroo
Macropus bernardus
(Macropodidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Bennett's Tree Kangaroo
Dendrolagus bennettianus
(Macropodidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Giant Short-faced Kangaroo
Procoptodon goliah
(Macropodidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)
Balbarine Kangaroo
Balbaroo fangaroo
(Macropodidae)
(MARSUPIALIA)


Because the female abdomen has a bag called child care sac, the friend of the kangaroo is called Marsupialia. The place that can grow safely till it is it to the size that can become independent is necessary child is full of it in the Marsupialia, and to be born in a state of the underdevelopment. Child care sac is a perfect hideout comprising the nipple for child. There are koala, brushtailed possum else, but the habitation area concentrates on Marsupialia around Oceania. The state of things was distributed widely all over the world, but the reason is because it was annihilated by large-sized mammals. Because the marsupialia was the only large size mammals, around Oceania, it was able to remain.

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