Quoll is medium-sized marsupial. It is one of the six different species of carnivorous marsupials. They are widespread throughout Australia, Papua New Guinea and Tasmania.
They live in grassy environments and woodland. The adults can grow up to130 cm in length with a tail about 20 – 35 cm long. Meanwhile, their weight is about 4 kg. Their furs are usually brown with white spots.
These marsupials have strong claws for climbing, digging, running, and holding food. Quolls are omnivorous and nocturnal animals.
They are very active at night to search birds, mice, frogs, lizards, insects, small reptiles, small mammals, plant seeds and fruits as their diets.