The riches of the Natural History Museum in London are boundless, and tucked away in the collection are some amazing antipodean specimens.
These include a very pale-looking Tasmanian Devil:
A somewhat anaemic-looking quoll:
And a fair-haired bettong:
Just to give you an idea of just how faded these specimens are, here are the animals in question with their normal vibrant coats. First up, the Tasmanian Devil:
Some colour phases of the Quoll, which includes four species - the Eastern, Western, Spotted Tail and Northern Quoll:
And the Rufus Bettong: