Spot the Difference

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Ever wondered what an Eastern Grey Kangaroo looked like compared to a Common Wallaroo, or a Yellow-Bellied Glider to a Greater Glider? Don't know the difference between a Swamp Wallaby and a Red-Necked Wallaby? How
about a Common Wombat and a Hairy-Nosed Wombat?

 

Well, wonder no more! Listed below are some PDF files showing the differences between some of our Australian marsupials.

 

Eastern Grey Kangaroo and
Red Kangaroo - male
(PDF file - 121kb)

;;. Eastern Grey Kangaroo and
Red Kangaroo - female

(PDF file - 262kb)
..
Eastern Grey Kangaroo and
Wallaroo - male

(PFD file - 104kb)
Eastern Grey Kangaroo and
Wallaroo - female

(PFD file - 882kb)
Wallaroo and Euro - male
(PDF file - 226kb)
Wallaroo and Euro - female
(PDF file - 750kb)
Red-Necked Wallaby and
Swamp Wallaby

(PDF file - 626kb)
Hairy-Nosed Wombat and
Common Wombat

(PDF file - 138kb)
   
Common Brushtail Possum and
Common Ringtail Possum

by Sonya Stanvic
(PDF file - 87.9kb )
 Common Brushtail Possum and
Mountain Brushtail Possum

by Sonya Stanvic
(PDF file - 94.1 kb)
   
Squirrel Glider and Sugar Glider
by Sonya Stanvic
(PDF file - 101kb)
 

Yellow-Bellied Glider and Greater Glider
by Sonya Stanvic
(PDF file - 78.2kb)

   
Small Possums and Rodents
by Sonya Stanvic
(PDF file - 91.3kb)
  

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