These pretty robins are perched on an equally pretty tree; the wattle tree. The little yellow clusters on the ends of the branches aren't the fluffy flowers that these trees are renowned for, but the buds that they will bloom from. I like the idea of the birds being the colour that brighten up the trees, which is why I leave out the flowers ... As well as it being less work for me 😛
Zooooooooooper dooper yummy treat 🥰🙌🏻
Tiger snakes are rated 6th most venomous snake in the world.
Most Australians know of tiger snakes and are aware of their fearsome reputation, though few people will ever encounter one. Unfortunately this species is much maligned because of its aggressive nature and toxic venom; however the tiger snake should be recognised as a great survivor, superbly adapted to some of the most inhospitable environments in Australia. #snakes #snake #reptiles #reptilesofinstagram #australianwildlife #kangarooisland #southaustralia
Echidnas are 30 cm to 45 cm long and weigh between 2 kg and 5 kg with Tasmanian animals being larger than their Australian mainland counterparts. The fur of the Tasmanian subspecies is thicker and longer than that of echidnas in warmer mainland areas and therefore often conceals the spines... this little fellow was found wondering at the top of Marion's lookout, Cradle Mountain. 📷@audrey_oliver_outdoorslove