QUOLLS – Fast & Furious

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The , the largest surviving carnivorous marsupial mammal currently living in mainland Australia. Endangered with few as 500 individuals possibly known to be only in existence, we investigate their secretive and short life span of three years in their remote and extremely isolated populations amongst the cloud forests of the North Queensland Wet Tropics.
Spotted-tailed , secretive, non gregarious and highly mobile.
QUOLLS – Fast and Furious, before it’s too late …

QUOLLS – Fast & Furious | Short Trailer from Alberto Vale – WildCAM Australia on Vimeo.

Alberto

Alberto Vale

Alberto Vale is an avid naturalist and a successful wildlife videographer. He resides in Cairns, Australia, just minutes from the best wildlife locations in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Rainforest's. Conducting nocturnal wildlife interpretation tours for the past 14 years, Alberto claims that the two most important things for a successful wildlife videographer, " is to know the habitat and it's wildlife". His wildlife videography has two completed wildlife documentaries, soon to be released on DVD. Alberto has received numerous tourism and videography awards throughout his passionate naturalist career.

Alberto

Alberto

Alberto Vale is an avid naturalist and a successful wildlife videographer. He resides in Cairns, Australia, just minutes from the best wildlife locations in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Rainforest's. Conducting nocturnal wildlife interpretation tours for the past 14 years, Alberto claims that the two most important things for a successful wildlife videographer, " is to know the habitat and it's wildlife". His wildlife videography has two completed wildlife documentaries, soon to be released on DVD. Alberto has received numerous tourism and videography awards throughout his passionate naturalist career.

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Amber Jackson

Certainly are very unique and remarkably attractive looking animals with their colouration and spot patterns. Great trailer. Save the quolls Alberto.

Susan Lee

They’re what the Tasmanian Devils could be if they were CUTE! (looking, anyhow)

WildCam Australia

LOL at 13 pounds or 6 KG, nothing like bush babies at all , not even a mouse – these animals are marsupials carnivores, ground dwelling and the closest member would be the extinct Tasmanian Tiger .

Doris Charles

similar to a bush baby, more mouse like.