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https://flic.kr/p/sNdBzY | Galinha-d'água | Gallinula chloropus.

THE TASMANIAN NATIVE HEN Tribonyx mortierii) is a flightless rail and one of twelve species of birds endemic to the Australian island of Tasmania. Although many flightless birds have a history of extinction at the hands of man,[2] the Tasmanian Nativehen has actually benefited from the introduction of European style agricultural practices in Tasmania

Tasmanian Native Hen (also Tasmanian Native-hen or Tasmanian Nativehen) (Tribonyx mortierii) is a flightless rail and one of twelve species of birds endemic to the Australian island of Tasmania. Although many flightless birds have a history of extinction at the hands of humans, the Tasmanian Native Hen has actually benefited from the introduction of European-style agricultural practices in Tasmania.

libutron: Tasmanian Masked Owl (i) by Nuytsia@Tas on Flickr. Tyto novaehollandiae subsp. castanops (Tasmanian Masked Owl) at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Hobart, Tasmania.

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The Top 10 Places to See in Tasmania

The Tasmanian Devil is the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world (Males weigh about 18lbs.) and is the iconic symbol of Tasmania. #Tasmanian_Devil #Tasmania

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12 surprising flightless birds

Unlike so many other flightless bird species, the Tasmanian nativehen has actually benefited from humans moving into their territory.

"Palm Pilot" by Ion Moe. Palm cockatoos are just one of many Australian bird species in our new exhibit.

The Yellow Wattlebird is Australia's largest Honeyeater and an endemic Tasmanian species.