a field guide to the planet - by Damon Ramsey
The unusual and endemic mammals of the Australian temperate forest and woodlands...
This family includes three species of living wombat.
Vombatus ursinus, 'Common Wombat' (captive).
Setonix brachyurus, 'Quokka', (Rottnest Island, Australia). Endemic to the south west of Australia. Most commonly seen on Rottnest island, where they are habituated to people and hang around the restaurants.
Pteropus poliocephalus, 'Grey-headed Flying Fox' (Sydney Botanical Gardens, Australia).
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