The king brown is a large snake, growing to 3m/9.8'. It is found in most parts of the country and feeds on lizards, birds, frogs and small mammals. The king brown is one of Australia's venemous snakes (the 20th most venemous in the world - of which Australia has the top 11, and 20 of the top 25).
The koala is one of Australia's most well recognised animals. Often incorrectly referred to as koala bears (no relation to a bear) they are a tree dwelling marsupial that feeds on gum leaves (eucalypts).