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Kultarr (Antechinomys laniger)

Also known as the Marsupial Jerboa, Wuhl-wuhl, Pitchi-pitchi or the Jerboa Pouched mouse, the Kultarr is a species of carnivorous marsupial native to Central and Southern Australia. Like most Dasyuromorphians the Kultarr is a solitary carnivore and will feed on small invertebrates like insects and spiders. Kultarrs are often found in arid regions like deserts, plains and woodlands, but some populations have thrived in salt marshes. They nest in abandoned burrows or soil cracks.

Phylogeny

Animalia-Chordata-Mammalia-Marsupialia-Dasyuromorphia-Dasyuridae-Sminthopsinae-Sminthopsini-Antechinomys-laniger

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