The Spotted-Tail Quoll (or Tiger Quoll) is mainland Australia's largest marsupial predator. An agile climber and ferocious hunter, the quoll is rarely seen in the wild on the mainland. The spotted-tailed quoll is threatened by habitat loss due to industrial logging, land clearing and competition with introduced species. Technical specification Nikon D7000; Nikon 10–24mm f3.5–4.5 lens at 15mm; 1/100 sec at f4.5 (-0.67 e/v); ISO 3200; Sabre trigger; Home-made housing; Manfrotto tripod [+]


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