Fig. 7.5.

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The Fat-tailed Pseudantechinus (Pseudantechinus macdonnellensis) is typically found in rock outcrops, but in some regions the species is closely associated with termite mounds. The pictured animal, not yet fully grown, is pulling an unfortunate dragon lizard from under its shelter to provide its next meal. Source: Jiri Lochman.
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