2.5 - 3 ft tall
up to 30, soemtimes solitary
Name of Young
Did you know?
- The Bennett’s wallaby is a medium sized marsupial. The word marsupial comes from the latin word “marsupium” which means pouch.
- They have a keen sense of smell and excellent hearing. Their large ears also help with heat dispersal
- The wallaby has a long tapering tail used for balance and support while they graze or hop. Their tail also acts like a rudder to quickly change direction when fleeing from predators such as dingoes.
- Wallabies are crepuscular, active at dawn and dusk, or nocturnal, active at night. They tend to be solitary, but may form small groups.
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