Posted by Bron (Canberra, Australia) on 25 July 2007 in Animal & Insect and Portfolio.
The last of this short series - neither rat nor mouse but Antechinus agilis (pron ant-e-KINE-us). More common than kangaroos but little known even here.
It's nocturnal, insect-eating and produces up to 8 baked-bean-like babies in its tiny pouch. It's a rare but fabulous treat to see one hunting up and down tree trunks in the early evening.
Canon PowerShot G2