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Sanctuary Preview: Nature's Wonderland
Owners: Thorondor Family
Size: 16 hectares
Location: Esk, Queensland
Nature's Wonderland covers 16 hectares featuring at least 5 acres of native bush, and the Thorondor family have revegetated a large area over the last decade. Wildlife species known to be found on the property include northern brown bandicoots, koalas, rainbow lorikeets, and red-tailed black cockatoos.
Species profile : Short-beaked Echidna
Short-beaked echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus)
The short-beaked echidna is one of the most widespread native Australian wildlife species, occurring almost anywhere their primary food sources, ants and termites, are located. When fully grown short-beaked echidnas typically weigh between 2 and 5 kg, and are 30 to 45 cm in length - however the Tasmanian subspecies, Tachyglossus aculeatus setosus, is slightly smaller than its mainland counterparts.