01 Feb Western Australian Outback Animals
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Kangaroos and other marsupials
The 2 main species you’ll see in the vast grasslands of Western Australia (WA) are the western grey kangaroo and the red kangaroo. The red kangaroo is known as the biggest marsupial in the world standing over 6 ft tall and weighing up to 80 kg. In some regions in WA, you may spot the rare black-footed wallaby, the endangered bilby and the numbat.
There are more than 400 species of reptiles in WA and about 200 of them are found nowhere else on Earth but in WA. Though the outback is home to many WA’s native snakes and other reptiles, they are quite hard to spot as they are quite shy around human beings.
Native and migratory birds
The outback skies, wetlands, bushlands and mangroves are great places to watch out for these birds. You may get to see some wedge-tailed eagle in the outback plain. There are also the brightly-coloured finches, budgerigars, red-winged parrots and rainbow lorikeets. Otherwise, going to coastal nesting and feeding sites of migratory birds will help to see some migratory birds.
Crocodiles can be often since on river banks, wetlands and inlets in the region of Kimberley. Freshwater crocodiles are relatively harmless to humans and are commonly spotted in lakes, rivers, gorges or creeks. The harmful crocodiles are called saltwater crocodiles which can be found on the coasts of Kimberley.
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