The Eastern Barred Bandicoot, Southern-brown    Bandicoot and Spotted-tailed Quoll are endangered    and fully protected by law.     Bandicoots are small, nocturnal, solitary marsupials,  with large ears and pointed snouts.  The Eastern  Barred Bandicoot ( Perameles Gunnii ) has a white tail  and stripes across its hindquarters.  The  Southern-  brown Bandicoot ( Isoodon Obesulus) is dark brown  in colour and its nose, ears and hind feet are shorter.   They feed on soil invertebrates and pasture pests  including Corbi Grubs and Cockchafer Larvae,  berries and fruit.