Long-nosed bandicoots

Long-nosed bandicoots

Order : Peramelemorphia
Family : Peramelidae
Genus : Perameles

 

Facts about the genus Perameles, the long-nosed bandicoots

-Long-Nosed Bandicoots are prey to many animals including dingoes, snakes, and foxes. (Full text)

Long nosed bandicoots are odd looking members of the marsupial family.

Although Long-nosed Bandicoots are regarded as common in the eastern parts of their range, this small colony in a city with almost four million people is remarkable, and has been classed as an 'endangered population'.

"Long-nosed bandicoots are the last bandicoots to persist in the Sydney Harbour area," he says. (Full text)

Long-nosed bandicoots are the last bandicoots to persist in the Sydney Harbour catchment.

Brushtail Possums, Ringtail Possums and Long-nosed Bandicoots are a few of the 40 species of mammals recorded in the Sydney region over the past two hundred years. (Full text)

Baby Long-nosed Bandicoots are fast developers, with hair starting to grow after 40 days and eyes open after 45- 50 days.

The Draft CMP observes that “Long-Nosed Bandicoots are exposed to a high risk of death or (Full text)

Brushtail Possums, Ringtail Possums and Long-nosed Bandicoots are a few of the 40 species of mammals recorded in the Sydney region over the past two hundred years.

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