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- Australian term for quoll
- ‘A disease had swept through the animal enclosures, affecting not only tigers but Tasmanian devils and native cats.’
- ‘Some call it a native cat but it isn't really a cat at all but a smaller relative of the Tasmanian devil.’
- ‘There are four species of quoll in Australia and these spotted cat like carnivores are often called native cats.’
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