Thanks Hipporex, certainly the zoo is not terrible, but I would prefair that it don't have misnamings - especially a so big error as confusing a fanaloka with a linsang (I KNEW that it was somewhat a not-linsang, but was unable to find what is really it until I remembered that species!) We're coming close to end! Here we have the last of our geographical sections: the Oceania precinct. The entry to this zone would be a fake cave with imitations of aboriginal paintings, while the sound of a didgeridoo (that I love!) plays in the entry. First, we see the largest enclsure of this zone, a barren grassland for our single red kangaroo (Macropus rufus) @AshleyZoo and albino western grey kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus) @steven48 and our flock of five emus (Dromaius novaehollandiae): @African Grey , @Emu1980 , @Michael Edrupt , @Red-NeckedOstrich and @ymfoster . From this point we have two rows of wired bird cages: the raptor row at left side and the parrot row at right side, each one with each species separated in it's own enclosure. The raptor row contains a black kite (Milvus migrans) @Pompelmoes , a southern boobook (Ninox boobook) @Thatzookeeperguy , a whistling kite (Haliastur sphenurus) @WhistlingKite24 , and in an enclosure as big as the other three together, our breeding couple of magnific wegde-tailed eagles (Aquila audax), @dublinlion and @Jambo . The parrot row contains the next species: a greater? sulphur-crested cockatoo (Cacatua galerita) @Parrotsandrew , a kaka (Nestor meridionalis) @Talli , a Major Mitchell's cockatoo (Cacatua leadbeateri) @nanoboy , a red-tailed? black cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus banksii) @Dannelboyz , and finally in a smaller enclosure, a regent parrot (Polytelis anthopeplus) @Donna . Now we enter in the Marsupial House. It's small-sized building and indoors there are glass viewing pannels for our four enclosures with branches and logs for climb. One of them houses the regular Goodfellow's tree kangaroo (Dendrolagus goodfellowi) @ChaffeeZooFan , while the opposite enclosure holds nothing least that a dingiso!!! (Dendrolagus mbaiso) @chieflx , then you find a similar enclosure for our common brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula) @AWP and a smaller and not so tall enclosure with sand soil and two small dens, for a kowari (Dasyuroides byrnei) @Kowari , while the other side is our Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) enclosure, with four species of small live gum trees inside plus dead trunks for our three koalas: @Jesse , @Lil Keeper and @NathanFang . By last, exiting this building, we can find a netted aviary with a small stream in it and some branches, shared by a magpie goose (Anseranas semipalmata) @MagpieGoose and a blue-faced honeyeater (Entomyzon cyanotis) @AdrianW1963 , while at the other side there is a sandy soiled enclosure with a dead gum trunk for climb, for our magnific perentie (Varanus giganteus) @Varanus .