Animals A to Z Activity: Quoll
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- A quoll is about the sam size as a house cat.
- There are for different kinds of quolls all of them live in australia.
- Quolls use their sharp teeth to kill rabbits mice, snakes and birds.
- The fox is one of the quoll's bigest enemies.
- When a baby quoll is born, it is about the size of a grain of rice
- A young quol often hitches a ride on its mother's back.
- Quolls sleep in hollow trees and log during the day. They eat at night.
- A quoll is about the same size as a house cat.
- There are four different kinds of quolls. All of them live in Australia.
- Quolls use their sharp teeth to kill rabbits, mice, snakes and birds.
- The fox is one of the quoll's biggest enemies.
- When a baby quoll is born, it is about the size of a grain of rice.
- A young quoll often hitches a ride on its mother's back.
- Quolls sleep in hollow trees and logs during the day. They eat at night.
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