Tasmania is rich with diverse wildlife. It has been separated from mainland Australia for so long that unique animals have evolved. Its isolation has also meant fewer introductions of feral animals and pests, so some native species that are extinct on the mainland are able to survive in Tasmania. Learn all about these fascinating creatures, from the plucky Tasmanian devil to the pretty Bennetts wallaby, with the Tasmanian Wildlife Fact File. The Fact File range is the perfect resource for school project work. Expert authors have compiled the most up-to-date facts and figures to provide a comprehensive and engaging overview of Australias wildlife. The text is simple yet informative, describing where the animals live, what they look like, what they eat, how they reproduce, and what their conservation status is. The detailed animal profiles are complemented by outstanding full-colour photographs by Steve Parish and other world-renowned nature photographers.