Feather tail glider at Sydney's Taronga Zoo. The feathertail glider (Acrobates pygmaeus) is the world's smallest gliding possum and is named for its long feather-shaped tail. Although only the size of a very small mouse (65 to 80 mm and 10 to 14 g), it can leap and glide up to 25 metres.
Baby koala is propped up in a mug to feed from a tiny bottle after being found abandoned on a roadside
This tiny little koala is racing full bottle to a good recovery. The adorable joey was found abandoned beside a road in Brisbane, Australia. Named after the man who discovered him, Raymond was dehydrated and skinny, and weighed just 260g.