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Definition of "quoll" []

  • Any of the various carnivorous marsupials of the genus Dasyurus found in Australia and New Guinea, roughly the size of a cat. (noun)

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Use "quoll" in a sentence
  • "A cat-sized marsupial called a quoll has a habit of feasting on toxic cane toads."
  • "Species likely to be deemed most at risk include the endangered northern quoll, which is now extinct in some areas after the arrival of cane toads."
  • "I just learned that there is an animal native to Australia called the "quoll"."
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