One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A tiny shrew-like marsupial with a long pointed snout and a prehensile tail, found only in south-western Australia, where it feeds exclusively upon nectar and pollen.
- ‘It has also been noted in the honey possum and some non-marsupial mammals such as bats and seals.’
- ‘Researchers at the University of Western Australia are working on two endangered species, the honey possum and the potoroo.’
- ‘Interestingly, the honey possum belongs to the same marsupial taxonomic division as the dichromatic tammar wallaby.’
- ‘One such animal, the honey possum - a very small creature that tips the scales at less than a tenth of an ounce - feeds exclusively on the nectar and pollen of colorful flowers, particularly those of the tree Banksia attenuata.’
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