Austral Geckos

Austral Geckos

Austral Geckos (Family: Diplodactylidae) The Diplodactylidae are a family of geckos with around 137 species in 25 genera. Species are distrinuted within Australia, New Zealand, and New Caledonia. Three diplodactylid genera (Oedura, Rhacodactylus, and Hoplodactylus)...
Southern Padless Geckos

Southern Padless Geckos

Southern Padless Geckos (Family: Carphodactylidae) The Carphodactylidae are a family of geckos consisting of 30 described species. All species occur in Australia. Border Thick-tailed Gecko Reptiles Home Nature Facts...
Typical Geckos

Typical Geckos

Typical Geckos (Family: Gekkonidae) Gekkonidae is the largest family of geckos, containing over 950 described species in 64 genera, including many of the most widespread gecko species, and are particularly species-rich in tropical areas. House Gecko Reptiles Home...
Bettongs and Potoroos

Bettongs and Potoroos

Bettongs and Potoroos (Family: Potoroidae) In most respects, the potoroids are similar to their close relatives, the kangaroos and wallabies, but are much smaller. The teeth pattern of the potoroids is simpler, with longer upper incisors, larger canines, and four...
Birds

Birds

Birds (Class: Aves) Probably the most familiar vertebrate animals around the world, occupying every continent and every habitat type. Birds are warm blooded (endothermic), have feathers and lay eggs that are protected by a hard outer shell.  Most scientists agree that...

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