The Spotted-tail Quoll, the largest surviving carnivorous marsupial mammal currently living in mainland Australia.
Endangered with few as 500 individuals possibly known to be only in existence, we investigate their secretive and short life span of three years in their remote and extremely isolated populations amongst the cloud forests of the North Queensland Wet Tropics.
Spotted-tail Quoll, secretive, non gregarious and highly mobile.
QUOLLS - Fast and Furious, before it’s too late ...
The Green Aggressor, extremely ferocious and territorial, join the journey into the entwined similarities between our cities and theirs, a quest that will astound and surprise you as we become up close and personal, it is truly amazing as we go far beyond their undesirable behavioural borders.
An insight to the world's oldest surviving rainforest and their most intriguing and rarest inhabitants. Today's rainforests rests on the survival of symbiotic species and their intricate relationships.
Welcome to WildCAM Australia
WildCAM Australia ® is based in Cairns, North Queensland Australia. Our business specializes on the supply of tropical Australian wildlife stock footage, as well as multimedia presentations for the tourism industry, including television and web video commercials.
"The platypus is my fav animal since I was child in Peru. Finally, living in Australia now, my dream come true. Amazing documentary!!!! An excellent work about an unique mammal!!! Thanks!!! P. Allemant - Australia
E. Vrielink - Netherlands
"Lots of excellent film/info about my favourite animal, highly recommended ++++++"
J.Robinson - Australia
"Congratulations on this outstanding documentary!" C. Sabine - France
LIFE BENEATH THE CANOPY Documentary
"Life Beneath the Canopy" is helping raise the awareness to a tropical Australian wonderland, where often one rarely takes the time to stop, watch and appreciate what nature has to offer.
Filmed in the wet tropics of North Queensland Australia, the documentary refers to it’s unique flora and fauna coexisting in a delicately balanced web of life. Where plants and animals are no longer mere entertainers, they are respected living individuals, with social interactions and responsibilities.