[ ɹˈabɪtˈi͡əd bˈandɪkˌuːt], [ ɹˈabɪtˈiəd bˈandɪkˌuːt], [ ɹ_ˈa_b_ɪ_t_ˈiə_d b_ˈa_n_d_ɪ_k_ˌuː_t]
How to use "Rabbit-eared bandicoot" in context?
The rabbit-eared bandicoot is a nocturnal bandicoot found in the forests of eastern Australia. It is the only member of its genus, Petacalcus, and was first described by the naturalist John Edward Grey in 1855. The rabbit-eared bandicoot is a slender, hare-like bandicoot with a long snout and a relatively short tail. It measures around 70 cm long and weighs around 6 kg. The rabbit-eared bandicoot is poor at climbing, so it spends much of its time on the ground scouring for food.
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