This educational video will teach your children the animals in Australia and the Australian animal sounds. The fauna of Australia consists of a large variety of animal species. 83% of the Australian mammals are native to Australia. This diversity makes it interesting for kids to learn about the Australian animals and their sounds. Subscribe to Kiddopedia channel for more videos: → https://goo.gl/O1jdcO The native Australian animals are unique and special thanks to the geologic and the climatic events happened on this continent. Wild animals in Australia has been an important research subject explorers and scientists since the discovery of Australia. 14 Australian animal videos are compiled in one video to teach your children the native Australian animals quickly. 10% of the biological diversity on Earth comes from Australian animals. Almost of all of the native Australian mammals are marsupials. Marsupials give birth to their young and then carry them in a pouch near their belly until the infant is old enough to survive on its own. Full-HD quality videos of kangaroos, koalas, wombats, Tasmanian Devils, platypus, kookaburras, echidnas, sugar gliders, king parrots, cassowaries, emus, wallabies, quolls and galahs together with the Australian animals sounds is a perfect educational video for your children and babies to experience Fauna Australis and the Australian wildlife from home. Kids learn best by watching and hearing at the same time. This is the reason the videos on Kiddopedia channel include the animal sounds as well as high-quality footage. SUBSCRIBE → https://goo.gl/O1jdcO Like us on Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/KiddopediaTV/ List of Australian animals: 0:11 Kangaroo 0:28 Koala 0:47 Wombat 1:05 Cassowary 1:22 Kookaburra 1:40 Sugar Glider 1:59 King Parrot 2:17 Tasmanian Devil 2:35 Emu 2:53 Wallaby 3:11 Echidna 3:29 Quoll 3:46 Galah 4:04 Platypus Credits: Australian Emus and Kangaroos doing their thing. by Paul Nicholas. https://youtu.be/uMB93SV4BNs FULL HD Kangaroo, kangaroo red,Macropus rufus by https://youtu.be/HCB1xQcnupA Eastern Grey Kangaroo feeding at Pebbly Beach NSW by Notdumroamin. https://youtu.be/Olf3chmT4y8 Koala eating, while Kookaburras and Cockatoos chatter in the background by Menno Houtman. https://youtu.be/9ON-fei159Y Koala Bear Eating by Duncan Rawlinson. https://youtu.be/amS-aXibn-4 Cassowary by Kevin Judge. https://youtu.be/M4q3jYAm2oc Beautiful Biggest Bird in the World of Singapore by epSos.de. https://youtu.be/HNkA1Rv6EeY Wombat by Maxim Zakharov . https://youtu.be/X2yxX98QRNw Wombat kraulen und füttern by Dieter Bethke. https://youtu.be/Agk7y4uW3_o Cute Kookaburra Bird in Stuttgart Zoo by epSos.de. https://youtu.be/RNEUVFdnAC0 Our Kookaburras are back - 2D version by John Newman. https://youtu.be/mcqbUv8k7O8 Rocky the Sugar Glider vs Frozen Mango by walkingshark. https://youtu.be/txMGj71bNCk Maveric, The Sugar Glider eating by Nino Arsovski. https://youtu.be/AdI3KP2UNOs Gorgeous King Parrot by zuditaka. https://youtu.be/JlF3IyPY6AY Attractive Australian King Parrot by TradieTrev's Nature/Current Events Channel. https://youtu.be/WsRqDuisoPg Tasmanian Devil Hangin Out by Duncan Rawlinson. https://youtu.be/pevD9mJ38Hg Tasmanian Devil by Oaus Gsie. https://youtu.be/NzNB4KpS7FA Goofy emus play around by What's In John's Freezer? . https://youtu.be/at3kVNYi6t8 Wallaby in my yard by Brian Tippett. https://youtu.be/YH8aN-XTF_k Wallaby Fight on the beach of Cape Hillsborough by Hyperactiveman. https://youtu.be/iZWpgl28OIs Echidna looking for a feed by Tom Jefferson. https://youtu.be/YkXBP_QdMCs Young echidna in the backyard by gordon webb. https://youtu.be/ssvoHQ-A99o A spotted-tailed quoll yawns by quollism. https://youtu.be/awa728Fi3wM Galahs' Late Afternoon Snack ?_? by zuditaka. https://youtu.be/HM7OpZ_enVo Galahs Fend Off Currawongs ?_? by zuditaka. https://youtu.be/L_Kg_YnKmig Platypus surfacing and diving in Eungella NP, QLD, Australia by Mathias De Gucht . https://youtu.be/d3K3RI7hsqI Sydney Wildlife Private Tour by Sydney Private Guided Tours . https://youtu.be/kLWaFsEq4mk Thumbnail: Koala by albagloria5 https://www.flickr.com/photos/11036237@N00/6197875185/
Top 10 of the most dangerous animals from Australia Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Other Videos You Might Like 10 Dangerous Remote Islands On Earth https://youtu.be/M4oo5BKz3f4 The Richest Kids In The World https://youtu.be/bbzKyzTLddc Description: Also known as the Land Down Under, or OZ, the island nation of Australia captivates the imagination of travellers thanks to its history, people and natural beauty. Sure a significant part of Australia’s birth was thanks to the prison colonies that were established for convicts of the British Empire – but today it’s much more than that. Ayers Rock, the Great Barrier Reef and the sprawling Outback have all become symbols of the country’s diverse habitats and are all popular destinations for tourists who flock there every year. Not into the natural beauty? Australia also has some iconic man-made landmarks, including the world famous Sydney Opera House, which are known by people all over the world. Thanks to films like Crocodile Dundee and the nature specials of Steve Irwin, people not from Australia also know that down under there are some pretty bizarre and dangerous animals. In fact, when you consider animals like the kangaroo or duckbilled platypus, it seems like Mother Nature packed all her strangest creations onto Australia. Yes, there are dangerous animals everywhere in the world but pound for pound, Australia seems to have the biggest share of sharks, spiders, snakes and other deadly creatures that walk the earth. Why would anyone choose to live in a place inhabited by so many lethal animals? To be honest, most aren’t common and people have adapted to living with some of the more common creatures that they happen to cross paths with. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest Featuring: Box Jellyfish European Honey Bee Cone Snail Stonefish Blue-Ringed Octopus Eastern Brown Snake Sydney Funnel Web Spider Bull Shark Saltwater Crocodile Taipan For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/ TheRichest is the world's leading source of shocking and intriguing content surrounding celebrities, money, global events, society, pop culture, sports and much more. We create high quality top 10 and top 5 list based videos filled with mind blowing interesting and entertaining facts you are going to love and enjoy. Currently updating every day!
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This video includes the best shots I caught of a wide range of cute, dangerous and venomous Australian animals. Check out this website if you need footage for a video: https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Jahnproductions?rid=2982547&utm_medium=email&utm_source=ctrbreferral-link Animals in order of sequence: Cockatoo: 00:05 Parrot: 00:27 Spinifex Pidgeon: 00:30 Emu: 00:33 Pelican: 00:42 Spiders: 00:51 Snakes: 01:02 Crocodiles: 01:13 Turtles: 01:27 Rays: 01:38 Dolphin: 01:49 Whaleshark: 02:00 Humpback Whale: 02:08 Crabs: 02:15 Wallabies&Kangaroos: 02:26 Wombat: 02:40 Quokka: 02:48 Koala: 02:59 Echidna: 03:10 Water Buffalo: 03:19 Flying Foxes: 03:26 Dingo: 03:31 Platypus: 03:36 Pademelon: 03:38 Kookaburra: 03:46 Eagle: 03:51 Location: All over Australia Instagram: instagram.com/chasingkiwis Mumford & Sons Inspired by Hyde - Free Instrumentals https://soundcloud.com/davidhydemusic Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Music for Creators https://youtu.be/5shSBRjyeiI Equipment: Canon 70D with 24-105mm f4 L, 70-200m f4 L and 50mm f1.8. GoPro Hero 3+ Black with Feiyu G4 Stabilizer. Lee 0.3; 0.6 and 0.9 ND gradual filter. Manfrotto 755CX3, MH055M8-Q5. Rode Videomic Pro.