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Marsupials

Marsupials (Megatheria) are pouched mammals whose babies are born in a very undeveloped state; the young then attach themselves to their mother's nipple. Many marsupials have a pouch that encloses the young.

The biggest marsupial is the human-sized red kangaroo (Macropus rufus); the smallest marsupial, the pilbara (Ningaui timealeyi), would fit in a person's hand. Some commonly-known marsupials include the kangaroo, opossum, Tasmanian devil, and koala. The only marsupial in North America is the Virginia opossum.

Marsupials evolved during the late Cretaceous period, about 100 to 75 million years ago, during the time of the dinosaurs.

Click on a marsupial mammal for a printout on it.


Bandicoot

Bandicoots are marsupials with pointy snouts.


Bilby

The bilby (also known as the rabbit-eared bandicoot) is a small marsupial with long ears.


Ekaltadeta

A huge, extinct, meat-eating rat-kangaroo from Australia.


Kangaroo

Kangaroos hop and have pouches. Their babies are called joeys. Go to a kangaroo quiz or go to the answers.


Kangaroo
(Simple version)

Kangaroos hop and have pouches. Their babies are called joeys.


Koala

The koala is an Australian marsupial. It is not a bear.


Koala

(Simple version)
The koala is an Australian marsupial. It is not a bear.


Koala Read and Answer Quiz

Take a quiz on the koala; read the text, then answer the questions. Or go to the answers .
Nabarlek

Nabarlek

A small wallaby from northern Australia.


Numbat

The numbat (also known as the banded anteater) is a pouchless, diurnal marsupial.


Quokka

The Quokka is a marsupial from Australia, a type of wallaby.


Quoll

The Quoll is a cat-sized carnivorous marsupial from the Tasmania and mainland Australia.


Red Kangaroo

Red Kangaroos are large roos from Australia.


Ringtail Possum

A small, nocturnal plant-eating marsupial with long tail.


Sugar Glider

This small marsupial (also known as the lesser flying phalanger) glides from tree to tree in Australia and nearby islands.
Tasmanian Devil

Tasmanian Devil

Tasmanian Devils are nocturnal, meat-eating marsupials from Tasmania.
Tasmanian Tiger

Tasmanian Tiger

The Tasmanian Tiger was a large, meat-eating marsupial from Tasmania, mainland Australia, and New Guinea. It is probably extinct.


Virginia Opossum

The only marsupial from North America.
Nabarlek

Wallaby

Wallabies are small to medium-sized kangaroos.


Wombat

The wombat is a rare, burrowing marsupial from mainland Australia and Tasmania.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
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Camouflaged Endangered Hibernating Life Cycles Migratory Nocturnal Poisonous Underground Venomous
Africa Antarctica Arctic Asia Australia Europe North America South America
Coral Reef Desert Grassland Pond Coniferous Forest Ocean Temperate Deciduous Forest Tropical Rainforest Tundra More Biomes
Simple Animal Printouts Guidelines for Writing a Report on an Animal Animal Report Graphic Organizers

Click on a letter to go to that page of animal printouts.

In addition to printing the animals, you can copy a printout (click here for instructions) and paste it into a painting program (like Paint) and color the animal there. (Thanks to Grace P. from Thorngrove School for this great idea.)


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