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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Endangered Quoll By - Madisyn Lee Quoll Facts The largest species of Quoll is the Spotted-tailed Quoll. In the early times, settlerscalled them "native cat" , "native polecat" , and "spottedmarten" double click to change this title text! Q and A 1. Why are Quolls endangered?Quolls are endangered because of habitat loss or change across Australia, also because of introduced predators such as foxes and cats. 2. Where do Quolls live?Quolls live in Australia, most parts of Australia a inhabited by at least one of the kinds of species or Qoulls. 3. What do Quolls eat?The largest species of Quolls, the spotted-tailed quoll, eats birds, reptiles, and mammals such as bandicoots and rabbits. The smaller Quoll eat mainly insects, birds, fish, frogs, lizards, snakes, and mammals. 4. Who found the Quolls?Captain Cook found and collected Quolls along the East coast of Australia in 1770, and named them "quoll" as their local Aboriginal name. 5. What time of day do you get to see them?Quolls are mostly active at night. 6. What are the four species of Quoll?The Northern, spotted-tailed, eastern, and western quoll. 7. How long is the Quolls lifespan?Quolls have a normal, short lifespan. smaller quolls living only two years, and the larger spotted-tailed quollslive about five or four years. the northern quoll is particularly short lived. 8. what is the biggest reason why Quolls endangered? Habitat loss is the main reason / problem why Quolls are endangered 9. what do smaller Quolls eat?They eat salmon, dead animals, and sometimes go around campsites and rubber bins for food. 10. Where did Captain Cook find the Quolls?Captain Cook found the Quolls along the eastcoast. "Since 1770, all four species have declined dramatically in numbers." Direct Quotes "Like most Australian animals, quolls are mainly active at night."
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