You probably need more baby quolls in your life


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#2

quoll stealing my boot by Winky, on Flickr

And when they grow up, they like to steal hiking boots. This little guy was after my boot during a hike in the SW wilderness of Tasmania. I’m not sure what his plan was.


#3

maybe the leather smells good and it would chew it like beef jerky, especially if you treated it with mink oil.

or maybe it wanted a home…


#4

Aww. Some hundreds of millions of years separate from any non-freak mammalian lineage and it still knows how to look snugly adorable while sleeping. Apparently some tricks predate being a normal placental mammal, unlike you monotreme deviants. scritches tiny ears


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For more info about quolls, check out the Reddit reply I made which at least partly inspired this article at https://www.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/3d2vp9/baby_spotted_quoll/ct1t56u (note the identical video links)

Regardless, have some cute pics of orphan chuditches in Adelaide; Everything needs more quolls.


#6

Even venomous monotreme deviants just want to be loved.


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Coyotes are mammals native to Texas and the United States, they are not considered endangered.


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Same niche as bobcats, foxes and lynxes?


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