Eastern Quoll

The Quoll is also known as native cats. Like a domestic cat, they have same characteristics. They have a sharp, tearing tooth and they also tend to hunt for their own food. There are four species of native cat in Australia. All of them are marsupials and slim build. They also have pouches. They move faster after their prey. They eat anything that they catch including insects, earthworms and even vegetable food.

Eastern quoll is about 55cm from nose to tip of tail, just like the size of a small domestic cat. While the tiger quoll doesn’t have any spots in its tail except the tip, it is colour white. They can change in colour from grey to black. During winter time, the quoll can have 18 or more babies. Eastern quolls are usually found at the many places in South Eastern America.

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