What do possum droppings look like?
Possum droppings are small, round dark brown/black pellets, about one centimetre in length. They can often be seen scattered in small groups around the base of trees or underneath power lines which the possums use to move from one location to another.
I think the best way to put this is that their size depends on the size of the frog, but they are black or brown, smelly and contain indigestible insect parts, eg. moth wings, beetle shells, grasshopper legs. They look like little rocks but if you look at them closely you can tell that there frog droppings :)
A pygmy possum is a tiny marsupial of Australia and, just like its name suggests, like a miniature possum, ranging from 7-11 cm in head-body length. It has a long, curling tail and large black eyes. Most pygmy possums are grey with paler fur underneath. However, the Southwestern Pygmy Possum, also known as the Western Pygmy Possum, is different to its eastern cousins. It is a bright cinnamon colour. To find out more about pygmy…