Right across Australia, native animals that are important to Australia’s ecosystem are declining at an alarming rate

Threatened Species

Four species of quolls occur in Australia and at one time, most parts of the country were inhabited by at least one of these. Sadly, all quoll species have dramatically declined in numbers since European settlement, due mainly to habitat loss and introduced predators such as foxes and cats. The Eastern Quoll, once widespread throughout south-eastern Australia, has been extinct on the mainland since the 1960s.

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