Life Of Others : Tasmanian Pademelon

Life Of Others (Post#6) : Tasmanian Pademelon

During the first day tour in Tasmania, while we were exploring Mount Field National Park, we found a Tasmanian Pademelon, one of the species of pademelon or marsupials that are solitary and nocturnal. That is the reason why they commonly found in thick vegetation and forests. They are like wallaby and kangaroos, the difference are Tasmanian Pademelon are stocky animals with relatively has short tails  and legs to support them in dense vegetation. These photos are part of Tasmania Adventure Photo Collection June 2013.



Mount Field National Park, 66 Lake Dobson Rd, National Park TAS 7140, Australia

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