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'Possum up a Gum Tree'

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Oil on board, no date. According to the 'Official Guide to the North Gallery', Fifth Edition, 1892; 'The Opossum feeds on the leaves of Eucalyptus paniculata, Sm., and Loranthus aurantiacus, A.Cunn., which is parasitic on the former, and closely mimics it in foliage. The pretty little animal was pulled out of a hole in the tree, and a few hours afterwards he had become so tame that he took milk out of a teaspoon'.

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 654389

Date: 3rd December 2007

Job Title: Photographer

Country: UK

Credit: Paul Little

Filename: ILL_NOR_M_743_061004pl742.jpg

Image Size: 3645 x 5123 Pixels

Filesize is 19.43MB

Version 2 is 9.20MB

Associated Categories: Wildlife

Associated Categories: Marianne North

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