Monotremes are mammals that lay eggs but still suckle their young like all other mammals.
Carnivorous marsupials (dasyurids) eat insects, birds, reptiles or other small mammals. They usually have a hairy tail and a pointy snout.
Dasyurids of the Granite Belt include:
Like the name says, the diet of the herbivorous marsupial consists of plants only.
Herbivorous marsupials (not elsewhere mentioned) of the Granite Belt include:
Rodents are so called because they have two continuously growing teeth (incisors) in the upper and lower jaws, and because they continuously grow they must be kept short by gnawing.
Rodents of the Granite Belt include:
Feral animals are so called because they are animals that have escaped domestication and returned to the wild (partly or wholly).
Feral animals of the Granite Belt include:
Key: (C) - common, (E) - endangered, (V) - vulnerable
Reference: Species List of Wildlife of Girraween National Park, 2004, EPA, QPWS, Brisbane