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Males can grow to 1.3 m in length (including tail) and weigh up to 7 kg (av. The large size and prominently spotted tail distinguish the Spotted-tailed Quoll from other quoll species (Edgar & Belcher 1995; Burnett et al. and females have an average weight of 2 kg. The Spotted-tailed Quoll is found in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania.
("Quolls of Australia", 2004; Jones, et al., 2001) Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. The tiger quoll, also knows as the spotted-tail quoll, is the largest of quolls. 2004). An adult male can weigh as much as 3.5kg and be up to 93cm in length. They are more than 50 per cent larger than other quolls (eastern, western and northern) and, unlike other species, have white spots that extend along their tail. In captivity, spotted-tail quolls live slightly shorter lives ranging 3 to 4 years on average. Figure 1. The species is considerably larger than the eastern quoll , with males measuring up to 130 cm long and 4 kg in weight. Spotted-tail quolls in the wild have a life span ranging from 2 years in smaller Quolls to 4 to 5 years in larger Quolls. Hindfoot length greater than 55mm), The only quoll species in which spots continue from the body onto the tail.

However, the spots may be indistinct on young animals.

The spotted-tailed quoll is about the size of a domestic cat but with shorter legs and a pointed face. Spotted-tailed quolls vary from reddish brown to dark chocolate brown with white spots on the body and tail (unlike eastern quolls which do not have spots on the tail). The average weight of an adult male is about 3500 grams and an adult female about 2000 grams.

The longest living spotted-tail quoll lived 6 years and 3 months in captivity. Male Spotted-tailed Quolls have an average weight of 3 kg (although they can weigh up to 7 kg!) The average weight of an adult male is about 3500 grams and an adult female about 2000 grams. Spotted-tailed Quolls live in forests and woodlands and heath. It has rich-rust to dark-brown fur above, with irregular white spots on the back and tail, and a pale belly. It has rich-rust to dark-brown fur above, with irregular white spots on the back and tail, and a pale belly. Here are five interesting facts about them: Also known as tiger quolls, these guys grow up to 1 metre long (including their tail), making them the largest of the six species of quoll and the longest carnivorous marsupial in the world. The quoll has sharp claws on the front and hind feet that are used for holding food, climbing and digging underground burrows. Habitat. irregular white spots covering the animal’s back, sides and extending down the tail, and its stomach is cream to white (Belcher 2000). June 2020.

Spotted tail quoll i caught on my night vision camera. They are tree climbing, den living marsupials. The spotted tail distinguishes it from all other Australian mammals, including other quoll species. Today I want to write about a really cool species of marsupial, the spotted-tailed quoll. The spot-tailed quoll is the largest marsupial carnivore surviving on mainland Australia. Quolls are The Spotted-tailed Quoll is about the size of a domestic cat, from which it differs most obviously in its shorter legs and pointed face.
The average weight of an adult male is about 3 kg, with adult females averaging around 1.5–2 kg. Spotted-tailed Quoll, the Western Quoll, the Eastern Quoll and the Northern quoll. They have bright eyes, a moist pink nose and sharp teeth.