Ringtail Possum 4

A nocturnal visitor to suburban gardens in eastern Australia, the Ringtail is often known as a thief of rose buds. This possum uses its prehensile tail as a fifth limb to climb in search of leaves, fruit and flowers, and to carry material. They make a round nest lined with grass or shredded bark. Females usually carry 2 offspring in their pouch and young may stay in the nest or ride on the mothers back while she forages at night.

Standard sizes are for frames:

Frame – 205mm x 255mm (8″ × 10″) – Image area – 105mm x 155mm
and Frame – 280mm x 355mm (11″ × 14″) – Image area 165mm x 245mm

Type: Prints

Brand: Rhonda’s Art

Availability: In Stock

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