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I soon discovered tracks of the bandicoot, but they had taken the shape of a small human foot.

The Book of the BushGeorge Dunderdale

The enormous ears (whence "Rabbit" Bandicoot) distinguish this genus from Perameles.

And do you for a moment think I am going to be shut up like a bandicoot in a hole, while others fight for life and liberty?

The Ruined Cities of ZululandHugh Mulleneux Walmsley

To all the early settlers in the bush the bandicoot is well known.

The Book of the BushGeorge Dunderdale

The next person they spied was a Bandicoot carrying a watermelon.

The Magic PuddingNorman Lindsay

Fig. 353 shows the ileo-colic junction, ccum and proximal segment of the colon in Perameles nasuta, the bandicoot.

When irritated it utters a low grunting cry, like the bandicoot.

Bandicoot (Perameles), a genus of small Australian marsupials.

There is an expression in Australia, "Blind as a bandicoot."

The Awful AustralianValerie Desmond

I turned toward the hut suspiciously, and saw the bandicoot sitting on a top-rail, watching me, and dangling her feet to and fro.

The Book of the BushGeorge Dunderdale

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