There are 30 species of wallabies that are native to Australia and Tasmania.
An adult wallaby weighs about 15 – 26 kg. The males are 77-88 cm in height and the females are about 70-84 cm tall. Their tail is 80 cm long, which is almost the length of their entire body. They use their tail to balance and jump around. They also use it to prop into a sitting position.
These marsupials/mammals with a pouch can be found in eucalyptus forests, bushy plains and rugged areas such as woody districts and semi-arid plains. They are social animals and forage with other wallabies.
Are marsupial animals belonging to the Macropodidae family which means “big feet” and found mainly in Australia and New Guinea.
Are medium-sized African antelopes that can leap to a height of 10 feet or 33 feet ahead when running.
Are medium sized marsupials and belong to the genus Dasyurus, which means “hairy tail”.
Are members of the antelope family and have long faces, long black horns and a short tail with beard like hair on their chins.
Are muscular burrowing marsupials with a short tail, backward facing pouch and four short legs.
Are warm-blooded marsupial animals and their scientific name is Phasclarctos Cinereus.
Are ‘prosimians’ or ‘pre-primates’ that translates roughly as ‘before monkeys’
Are large humped animals with a shaggy mane, large heads and short horns and look similar to wild oxen.
Are Artiodactyle ruminant mammals of the family Cervidae, commonly known as the deer family.
Short about Wallabys
Are macropods or marsupials that are not large enough to be considered kangaroos.