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New Marsupial Species Discovered

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Scientists discover new species with fatal attraction on Queensland's Gold Coast hinterland

Queensland scientists have discovered a new species of mouse-like marsupial renowned for its deadly breeding habits in the Gold Coast hinterland.

The carnivorous antechinus received international attention last year after scientists found the male of the species was dying from stress after over-enthusiastic marathon mating sessions.

Now researchers have discovered a new species, the black-tailed antechinus.

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I couldn't think of a better way to die, honestly. :)

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Sounds like they are trying to do themselves in!

Thanks for posting this PA, I better keep an eye out that I don't kill one of these endangered creatures thinking it is a rat. In fact I have seen many little creatures that look like this, but we just call them bush rats. I better take more notice.

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I couldn't think of a better way to die, honestly. :)

!!!! :cry: Yikes. Whats fun about gangrene :no:???

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!!!! :cry: Yikes. Whats fun about gangrene :no:???

How they got it.

:devil:

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12-14 constant intercorse banging called the big bang reproduction..

thats some serious banging

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Adn this is not like humans?

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Adn this is not like humans?

humans rest between

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Adn this is not like humans?

Not even close.

You're married aren't you?

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I found a dead antechinus in the front of my suburban yard a couple of years ago. I knew it was dead since it didn't have a head.

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