The unique lifecycles and mating practices of many carnivorous marsupials
are described for species across wide-ranging habitats, including forests, rocky outcrops and deserts.
The objective of this review is to provide a synthesis of the data currently existing in the literature on visual acuity in marsupials
with the aim of comparing and relating ganglion cell topography with the adaptation of the species to their lifestyle and, in turn with their taxonomic classification.
The behaviour described in the presented study differs from other situations in which marsupials
hunt bats; in those other cases, the marsupials
stalked bats in silence (see Breviglieri & Pedro 2010, Breviglieri & Uieda 2014).
Hunter explained that the contained spreader space of the MINI tripod was particularly effective for the production of Wonders of Marsupials
, especially for filming species such as bettongs, which are small, ground-dwelling marsupials
43-50, in: Mammals of South America, Volume 1: Marsupials
, Xenarthrans, Shrews and Bats (AL Gardner, ed.).
His parents took it in turn to hold him in their arms and then to support him as he stood up and held on to a low clear plastic fence surrounding the marsupial
Notes on the distribution and ecology of two marsupials
endemic to the Valdivian forests of southern South America.
KANGAROOS are a member of the marsupial
class of mammals.
In addition to continuing to investigate the similarities and differences between rodents and marsupials
, the team is also using these insights from biological whisker sensing to develop animal-like robots that can use artificial whiskers to navigate without vision.
The neurobiology of Australian marsupials
; brain evolution in the other mammalian radiation.
The patient resided in a national forest on the east coast of New South Wales, Australia, an area where marsupials
such as kangaroos and possums, whose young develop in a pouch instead of a womb, have relative brain sizes as big as those of other mammals despite slower metabolic rates.