By Michael Hutchins
V. 1. reduce metazoans and lesser deuterostomes / Neil Schlager, editor -- v. 2. Protostomes / Neil Schlager, editor -- v. three. bugs / Neil Schlager, editor -- v. 4-5. Fishes I-II / Neil Schlager -- v. 6. Amphibians / Neil Schlager, editor -- Reptiles / Neil Schlager, editor -- v. 8-11. Birds I-IV / Donna Olendorf, venture editor -- v. 12-16. Mammals I-V -- v. 17. Cumulative index.; ''This is a revised and up to date version of 1 of the main authoritative and accomplished assets at the world's animals. just like the 1st version written via famous zoologist Bernard Grzimek and released in 1972, the second one variation covers every kind of animals in geographic parts worldwide. It comprises high quality pictures and illustrations and a complete index to all volumes.''--''The best 20 Reference Titles of the Year,'' American Libraries, could 2004
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Mainly in spinifex grasslands. Generally nocturnal. Also develops pouch and holds young for 50 days. Southern Northern Territory, northern South Australia, and southeastern Western Australia. Small insects, fruit, and seeds. Extinct Long-nosed bandicoot Perameles nasuta German: Langnasenbeutler; Spanish: Bandicut de hocico largo Fur is grayish brown, creamy under parts. Muzzle and ears are long and pointed. Hairy tail, no barring on rump. Pouch opens to rear. 5 lb (850–1,100 g). Rainforest, wet and dry Eastern coast of woodlands, and sometimes Australia.
Little known about behavior and sexual cycles. Unknown. Data Deficient Giant bandicoot Peroryctes broadbenti Spanish: Bandicut gigante Dark brown with reddish buff flanks, underparts are near white. 5–20 cm), weight 11 lb (5 kg). Lowland rainforest up to Southeastern New 6,560 ft (2,000 m) or more. Guinea. Terrestrial, nocturnal, and generally solitary. Twins have been observed only once. Consists mainly of vegetable matter. Data Deficient Striped bandicoot Peroryctes longicauda Spanish: Bandicut rayado Reddish brown or pale brown speckled with black above, dark middorsal line, paired lateral rump stripes, and/or dark eye stripes, underparts are rufous or buff.
Not surprisingly, such species are restricted to habitats with many tall trees, from which they can launch their spectacular aerial swoops. Among the most adaptable of all marsupials, the common brushtailed possum, has adapted very well to the changes wrought by humans. It does well in suburban habitats and is a frequent visitor to gardens and outbuildings. By no means all diprotodonts have regular nests, dens or other homes. The majority of large macropods are seminomadic and use a large home range.
Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia. Mammals 2 by Michael Hutchins