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    • Bilby report By Annabelle
    • What they areWhat they are Bilbys are small marsupials and endangered. http://www.flickr.com/photos/30265340@N00/4965916 67 Found on flickrcc.net
    • What their tail is forWhat their tail is for They use a long tail to Balance. http://www.flickr.com/photos/30265340@N00/4965916 67 Found on flickrcc.net
    • How fast they runHow fast they run They can run almost as fast as a cat. http://www.flickr.com/photos/30265340@N00/4965916 67 Found on flickrcc.net
    • What they look likeWhat they look like They have soft grey fur, they also have rabbit like ears. http://www.flickr.com/photos/30265340@N00/4965916 67 Found on flickrcc.net
    • How much does it growHow much does it grow It can grow from 50-70 cm long.
    • What does it eatWhat does it eat It eats seeds , insects. http://www.flickr.com/photos/30265340@N00/4965916 67 Found on flickrcc.net
    • What do they do at nightWhat do they do at night They hunt at night because they are nocturnal.
    • IndexIndex What they are,2 What their tail is for,3 How fast they run,4 What they look like,5 How much it does grow,6 What does it do,7 What do they do at night,8
    • GlossaryGlossary Marsupials-pouches to hold their babys Nocturnal-hunt at night