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Postcards Catalogue

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Item No

Item Details


Little (or fairy) penguin Eudyptula minor
Penguins fly under water in pursuit of small fish. They move to and from the land during the night to avoid predators such as sea-eagles.


Platypus Ornithorhynchus anatinus
This unique animal hunts for yabbies and worms underwater with its eyes tightly shut. Although abundant in the wild, the platypus is remarkably difficult to breed in captivity.


Eastern-grey kangaroo, fighting Macropus giganteus
Two young bucks fight among bush land. Eastern-greys congregate in large mobs, in which they have to fight for their position in the hierarchy.


Superb Lyrebird Menura novaehollandiae
The male lyrebird’s mating display is one of the most vibrant events to be seen in the bird world. He mimicks the most amazing repertoire of other bird calls. He can imitate a chain saw and even three kookaburras calling in a chorus!


Bull ant Myrmecia pyriformis
This creature is one of the minor hazards of camping in the bush. The large prehistoric nippers at the front are backed up by a painful sting in the tail end.


Echidna Tachyglossus aculeatus
She seems to be saying, ‘how would you like to shake hands with me”?
Feeds on termites and insect larvae and swallows a considerable quantity of soil in the process. An echidna can bury itself in soil quite rapidly if threatened.


Bottlenose dolphin Tursiops truncatus
A young dolphin leaps from the surface of the water beside its mother. She is part of a large pod hunting and playing among Southern right whales at the head of the Great Australian Bight.


Australian kestrel Falco cenchroides
Three young kestrels wait patiently at the entrance to their nest hollow for the return of their parents. They will erupt in a frenzy of beating wings when food arrives. See Cat No 425 under Birds of prey


Eastern quoll Dasysurus viverrinus
Ever alert, this beautiful animal eats mostly insects, but also small mammals and birds. Lens 100 mm.


Red kangaroo Macropus rufus
A large buck pauses while drinking with a mob at an outback waterhole. A kangaroo will sometimes take up to 40 minutes to drink its fill. The red kangaroo has benefited from stock water supplies and has extended its range and population in pastoral areas.


Pink cockatoo Cacatua leadbeateri
The delicate colour of the cockatoo flows past as it flies through mallee scrub. Lens 300 mm.




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