|Julia Creek Dunnart|
|Location||Julia Creek and Richmond in Queensland, it possibly occurs in the Mitchell Plateau of Western Australia.|
|Conservation Status||Near Threatened|
|Scientific Name||Sminthopsis douglasi|
The Julia Creek dunnart (Sminthopsis douglasi) is a marsupial with a buffy brown upperside and white underside. This dunnart has a body length of 100–135 mm with a tail of 60–105 mm to make a total length of between 160–240 mm. Its weight is between 40-70g. The length of the hind foot is between 22–24 mm. The species has a dark brown triangle colour from above and below the eye with the point at the nose, and another dark stripe on top of the skull. A healthy dunnart has a carrot shaped tail filled with fat stores.