Australia is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. Some of the animals found here are very unique, and are not found anywhere else in the world. This AnimalSake article provides an A-Z list of the native animals of Australia with their pictures.
Many species of Australian mega fauna became extinct after the arrival of the Aborigines, first humans to arrive in Australia. Since the arrival of European settlers in 1788 Australia has lost numerous other native animals and plants. The Tasmanian tiger is a prominent example of a recently extinct Australian animal. The last died in captivity ...
List Of Australian Animals – Introduction. Australia is the world’s sixth-largest country by area and is famous for its spectacular landscapes and diverse wildlife.. With habitats ranging from desert to coral reef, via tropical and temperate rainforests, rivers and grasslands, Australia is home to many of the world’s most recognisable animals, including kangaroos, koalas, emus ...
Below is a list of native Australian animals and some introduced species with a few facts thrown in so you can impress people. This list doesn’t include all Australian wildlife (yet) but definitely the most well known and a few you’ve probably never heard of as well. A-Z list of Australian Animals!
Australian Animals A-Z List. Photographs and facts on birds, mammals, marsupials, reptiles, frogs, spiders of Australia
Australian Mammals: Photos and facts about mammals of Australia including habitat, conservation, distribution maps
Native animals, as they only live in Australia and nowhere else in the world, so therefore they are native to Australia, e.g. Kiwis (as in the bird) only live in New Zealand because of what the ...
The common carp is strongly implicated in the dramatic loss in waterweed, decline of small native fish species and permanently elevated levels of turbidity in the Murray-Darling Basin of south west Australia.  Most of Australia's fish species are marine, and 75% live in tropical marine environments.
Australian animals facts, photos and videos..90% of the animals native to Australia are found nowhere else including the kangaroo, koala, echidna, dingo, platypus, wallaby and wombat. Animal Facts Encyclopedia. Animal Facts Encyclopedia. Menu. HOME; Animals Around the World.
Australia has more than 140 species of marsupials, including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, and wombats. Our 55 different native species of kangaroos and wallabies vary greatly in size and weight, ranging from half a kilogram (1 pound) to 90 (198.4 pounds) kilograms.