Here is a few fruits of a Quandong tree also known as Blue Figs,
And now for the deadly part.
When I had chooks a few years ago, it was devastating to find dead birds after a Spotted-tailed Quoll paid a nocturnal visit. Notoriously hard to catch, I set the trap with a dead chook previously killed and I managed to trap it. I released the Quoll in the Gibraltar Range National Park in the morning. Once I opened the cage it was gone in milliseconds before I could get a photo of the Quoll not in the trap.
All sorts of fruit – from the usual fruit to the native Australian fruits to the unusual fruit.
Everyone knows this one
The fruit of a Norfolk Island Pine
The fruit of a Sandpaper Creek Fig
The Cheese Tree Fruit
Wonderful purple fruit of a native grass Dianella
Pandanus have large heavy fruit so be careful resting under the shade of a Pandanus tree at the beach
No need for a caption here either
The distinctive blue fruit of a Quondong or Blue Fig