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  • The Dusky Pademelon (Thylogale brunii) is a small macropod marsupial mammal. It belongs in the Macropodidae family of big-footed mammals. It is also known as the Dusky Wallaby or the Aru Island Wallaby. 
The Dusky Pademelon looks like a mini-kangaroo. It is a stocky marsupial with brown fur with light patches and a white underbelly. It has large ears, a black nose and large brown eyes. It has a short, flat tail. It has two big hind (back) feet with two smaller front feet that act like hands. Its paws are dark-brown to black, with sharp claws. 
It grows to about 50 centimetres (20 inches) tall, with a tail measuring about 50 centimetres (20 inches). The Dusky Pademelon is native to the Aru Island, the Kai Island and the Trans Fly savannah and grasslands of Papua Province in Indonesia and in Papua New Guinea. It is not found in Australia, where kangaroos and wallabies are native animals. #duskypademelon #marsupial #papanewguinea #endangered #bethechange
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    The Dusky Pademelon (Thylogale brunii) is a small macropod marsupial mammal. It belongs in the Macropodidae family of big-footed mammals. It is also known as the Dusky Wallaby or the Aru Island Wallaby. 
    The Dusky Pademelon looks like a mini-kangaroo. It is a stocky marsupial with brown fur with light patches and a white underbelly. It has large ears, a black nose and large brown eyes. It has a short, flat tail. It has two big hind (back) feet with two smaller front feet that act like hands. Its paws are dark-brown to black, with sharp claws.
    It grows to about 50 centimetres (20 inches) tall, with a tail measuring about 50 centimetres (20 inches). The Dusky Pademelon is native to the Aru Island, the Kai Island and the Trans Fly savannah and grasslands of Papua Province in Indonesia and in Papua New Guinea. It is not found in Australia, where kangaroos and wallabies are native animals.  #duskypademelon #marsupial #papanewguinea #endangered #bethechange

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  • Inktober Day 18: Numbat⁣
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The Numbat, also called the banded anteater, is a small endangered marsupial animal native to parts of Australia. They have a long sticky tongue that allows them pick up termites, which they eat exclusively.⁣
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What I've loved about Inktober so far is discovering all these animals I didn't know about! Australia has some very interesting animals 🧐🤔⁣
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I decided to use purple for this one because you can get good contrast with it, which is needed for tiny details like this little guy's face! ⁣
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Do you have a favourite colour to paint with? ⁣
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I look forward to your comments and DMs.💕❤️⁣⁣⁣
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Don't forget if you're using my prompt list I would love to see your work so use the hashtag #animalinktober2019. I'll also share them in my story 😊
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    Inktober Day 18: Numbat⁣
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    The Numbat, also called the banded anteater, is a small endangered marsupial animal native to parts of Australia. They have a long sticky tongue that allows them pick up termites, which they eat exclusively.⁣
    ⁣⁣⁣
    What I've loved about Inktober so far is discovering all these animals I didn't know about! Australia has some very interesting animals 🧐🤔⁣

    I decided to use purple for this one because you can get good contrast with it, which is needed for tiny details like this little guy's face! ⁣

    Do you have a favourite colour to paint with? ⁣

    I look forward to your comments and DMs.💕❤️⁣⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣⁣
    Don't forget if you're using my prompt list I would love to see your work so use the hashtag #animalinktober2019. I'll also share them in my story 😊

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  • Our resident koala, Blinky, descending 🐨 More koala facts:  their front and hind legs are almost equal in length with extra strong thigh muscles and their paws are rough (like Velcro) which aid in gripping, they leave distinctive scratches from their sharp claws on the trunks of trees (the favourites here being the manna gums) Will plant some more 🌿👌🏻 #blinky
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    Our resident koala, Blinky, descending 🐨 More koala facts: their front and hind legs are almost equal in length with extra strong thigh muscles and their paws are rough (like Velcro) which aid in gripping, they leave distinctive scratches from their sharp claws on the trunks of trees (the favourites here being the manna gums) Will plant some more 🌿👌🏻 #blinky

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