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Tiger Quoll (Dasyurus maculatus) - Data, Pictures and Videos

United States Polar Offline
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An unmentioned marsupial predator of Australia, the tiger quoll is quite an unknown animal even to most of Australia's citizens.

It is such a great pound-for-pound hunter, endlessly grappling animals many times its body weight, and at lesser times, smaller grub and insects/worms.

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If any of you have any data, documents, and pictures and videos on this relatively-unknown yet physically capable marsupial, then post whatever you have on this topic.
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Article of a Tiger Quoll taking down a Wallaby, though I doubt the Wallaby is  6x larger, 2-3x is fair.
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