Don't worry, little one…the first time is always the scariest!
A baby koala cutie has discovered the delicacy of leaves for the first time.
After a bit of hesitation…he digs right in!
But he had to make sure mama says its okay!
Check out this super ADORBz koala (above) in action has he tries his first few leaves!
Tags: baby, food, koala, leaves, marsupial, wildlife
There's nothing devilish about these babes!!!
Or they might just be devilishly cute!
Sydney's Taronga Zoo welcomes three Tasmanian devil joeys into the mix and now it's time to determine their genders.
Out of the triplets, one is female and she'll be pivotal to the breeding efforts for the endangered species in the future.
But boys will be boys and one of them is EXTRA feisty!!!
That's okay…we'll STILL cuddle them forever and eva!!!
Tags: australia, babies, cute, endangered, marsupial, sydney, taronga zoo, tasmanian devil, zoo
At Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in Eatonville, Washington, a brand new baby orphan Opossum moved in!
The little baby was a hand raised rescue
Tags: america, animal, baby, cute, home, little, marsupial, new, opossum, orphan, park, rescue, so cute, virginia, wild, wildlife
Uh oh! This is NOT good for this little wombat!: :(
Yogi, a 7.5 month old wombat, was found by an alpaca in the wilds of Australia.
Wombats normally stay in their mama's pouches until they're at least six pounds.
Yogi is two pounds…and his mom was run over by a car.
The Darraweit Guim Wildlife Shelter is currently caring for the youngster but they're hoping to find another wombat to take of the little one.
Tags: australia, baby, marsupial, orphan, sad, wombat, yogi
Wait, is this the monster from Cloverfeild?
Australian scientists have uncovered the world's biggest marsupial – a "three-ton monster" the size of a Jeep that lived up to two million years ago.
Scientist have given it the name DIPROTODON making it the badass marsupial to exist.
What are we gonna do if we find an even bigger prehistoric marsupial, like a man-eating kangaroo? We're gonna need an even more badass name, but we suppose scientist will cross that road when if they come to it.
Anyway, the DIPROTODON is about the size of a rhinoceros and was found on a remote cattle station in an area rich in the remains of prehistoric megafauna.
The discovery of a virtually complete fossil makes it one of Australia’s most significant prehistoric discoveries.
Tags: australia, fossil, marsupial, monster, scientists, wombat