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  • The animal is a Red-legged Pademelon Thylogale stigmata.

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  • Red-legged pademelon (Thylogale stigmatica), Australia.

    Queensland tropical rain forests

  • The Moluccan mouse-eared bat (Myotis stalkeri) is endangered, whereas the dusky pademelon (Thylogale bruinii), and brown-bearded sheathtail bat (Taphozous achates) are considered vulnerable.

    Banda Sea Islands moist deciduous forests

  • The dusky pademelon (Thylogale bruinji) and New Guinea quoll (Dasyurus albopunctatus) are considered vulnerable.

    Vogelkop-Aru lowland rain forests

  • Three of these species, the Papuan planigale (Planigale novaeguineae), the bronze quoll (Dasyurus spartacus), and the dusky pademelon (Thylogale brunii) are considered vulnerable.

    Trans Fly savanna and grasslands

  • The Fly River leptomys (Leptomys signatus) is considered critically endangered, whereas the dusky pademelon (Thylogale bruinii) and Fly River trumpet-eared bat (Kerivoula muscina) are considered vulnerable.

    Southern New Guinea freshwater swamp forests

  • Several species are listed as threatened (VU or higher) by IUCN: New Guinea pademelon (Thylogale brownii), Gilliard's flying-fox (Pteropus gilliardorum), large-eared sheathtail-bat (Emballonura dianae), Bismarck trumpet-eared bat (Kerivoula myrella), and New Britain water-rat (Hydromys neobrittanicus).

    New Britain-New Ireland lowland rain forests

  • Mammals found in the rainforest include the dusky antechinus (Antechinus swainsonii) and the spotted-tail quoll (Dasyurus maculatus), as well as several Tasmanian endemics, including the Tasmanian long-tailed mouse (Pseudomys higginsi), Tasmanian pademelon (Thylogale billardierii), and Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii).

    Tasmanian temperate rain forests

  • Several species are listed as threatened (VU or higher) by IUCN: New Guinea pademelon (Thylogale brownii), Gilliard's flying-fox (Pteropus gilliardorum), large-eared sheathtail-bat (Emballonura dianae), Bismarck trumpet-eared bat (Kerivoula myrella), New Britain water-rat (Hydromys neobrittanicus).

    New Britain-New Ireland montane rain forests

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