One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A carnivorous mouse-like marsupial native to Australia and New Guinea.
- ‘This newborn marsupial mouse breaths through its skin.’
- ‘The number of small mammals together with some very swollen testicles were signs that the rodents and marsupial mice were breeding in response to the June rains.’
- ‘The other thing I probably didn't mention is they're also an important source of food for a lot of groups, bandicoots may dig them up, some of the marsupial mice are eating them.’
- ‘The brush-tailed marsupial mouse has a unique reproductive strategy. Females breed annually; matings occurring over a short period of 2 - 3 weeks.’
- ‘My first impression was that there was a marsupial mice plague - they had not been reintroduced into the area but had taken advantage of the sanctuary's safety to explode in numbers and they hopped across our path at speed.’
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