bandicoot bandicoot  /ˈbæn dɪ ˌkut/


  • (n) any of various agile ratlike terrestrial marsupials of Australia and adjacent islands; insectivorous and herbivorous


  1. The literary lions are not at their best caged up away from their own kind, and may look ridiculous if housed next door to a morose musk ox or an albino bandicoot.
  2. And, Loeb, see if he can pick up a bandicoot or a phalanger.


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  • "It is a national environmental emergency. Tasmania is a virtual Noah's Ark of rare and endangered species, many of which are extinct or nearing extinction on mainland Australia," Brown said. "These include the bettong, barred bandicoot,...
    on Aug 4, 2006 By: Bob Brown Source: Discovery Channel

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