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The Spotted Tailed Quoll and the smaller Eastern Quoll are Dasyurids and are related to the Thylacine, or Tasmanian Tiger, and the Tasmanian Devil.

This one is the Spotted Tailed Quoll, which is now rare on mainland Australia, and becoming rare in Tasmania, it's last stronghold.

It is slipcast, high fired, porcelaineous stoneware, with wax resist used to describe the features. It is easily posted due to it's design and durability and is approx. 8cm long x 4cm high.

"The Quoll is related to the Devil, and the Thylacine,
which in the wild has not indusputably been seen,
since 1933, when Quolls roamed across mainland Australia.
But not any more, too many dead and barren places,
that were once full of trees, shrubs, herbs and grasses.
Now Quolls on the mainland are rare, their stronghold is Tasmania."


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Animal sculpture of a Spotted Tailed Quoll; relative of the Tasmanian Devil; becoming a rare animal due to habitat loss.


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: porcelain stoneware, onglaze features, clay, wax resist, slipcast, stoneware glaze, ceramics, pottery, raw fired, high fired
  • Ships worldwide from Australia
  • Feedback: 61 reviews
  • Favorited by: 331 people

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