What type of species does Australia have the most of?
Not counting flys, sheep 110 milion of them.
Yes: most species of kangaroo are native to Australia. Sources vary concerning the number of kangaroo species altogether in Australia and the tree kangaroos in both Australia and New Guinea, but the total is around 70. All but the tree-kangaroos are native to Australia alone. There are ten recognised species of tree kangaroos in Australia, Papua New Guinea and Indonesia, and only two of these are native to Australia
There is no species called the "Eastern kangaroo". Many species of kangaroos occupy the eastern half of Australia, and this is the area most heavily populated by kangaroos.The Eastern Grey kangaroo is a species which is common, but not the most common. The Red kangaroo is the most common species in Australia.
Australia has the most type of reptiles, with 748 diffrent types, with the US in second with 287. That means that Australia most likely has the most lizards. http://www.nationmaster.com/red/pie/env_kno_rep_spe-environment-known-reptile-species It is really cool, because Australia has 51.1% of all reptiles in the world!
Yes. Most species of kangaroos, including Grey kangaroos, are native to Australia. Tree kangaroos are the only type of kangaroos which are native to other countries besides Australia. There are five species of tree kangaroo on the island of New Guinea, which comprises the countries of Papua New Guinea and Irian Jaya (Indonesia).
The most common kangaroo species is the Red kangaro (Macropus Rufus). This species is found in large numbers throughout inland Australia, and has benefitted from the development of agriculture in Australia, which has provided more feeding grounds, as well as a ready supply of water via irrigation ditches and canals.
The bottlebrush, or Callistemon, varies in its environmental requirements according to the species. Most species prefer open bushland where there is plenty of sunlight, with reasonably dry soils and a moderate amount of rain. However, some species are suited to damper conditions, growing well in the tropical north. Although one of the most adaptable Australian natives, they do not grow in the driest desert areas of Australia.
The most common species of wombat is the Common wombat. There are three species of wombat. They are the Common wombat (Vombatus ursinus), the Northern hairy-nosed wombat (Lasiorhinus krefftii) and the Southern hairy-nosed wombat (Lasiorhinus latifrons).The Common wombat is most widespread in Australia, and the only species found in the island state of Tasmania.