Quoll – Spot-tailed (Tiger Quoll)
Formerly widespread in eastern Australia but now much reduced in distribution. Solitary, mostly nocturnal and partly arboreal. Eats small to medium sized vertebrates and large arthropods. A forest animal that makes a den in tree hollows, hollow logs and amongst rock crevices.
A field Guide to the Mammals of Australia by Menkhorst & Knight
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