Gallery description : wallaby species pictures

The average weight of the wallaby is 1-20kg (2.2-44lbs). Wallaby is a mammal that inhabits forest and shrubland. It has a fur skin type. The preferred food type is herbivore. These mammals usually live 12-15 years. Wallaby which methodical name is macropus usually has a size 30-180cm (12-71in). The top speed it is able to reach is 48km/h (30mph).

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Facts about wallabys
NameWallaby
Weight1-20kg (2.2-44lbs)
Conservation StatusLeast concern
PhylumChordata
LifestyleHerd
DietHerbivore
Top Speed48km/h (30mph)
ClassMammalia
FamilyMacropodidae
PredatorsDingo, fox, large reptiles
Life Span12-15 years
KingdomAnimalia
Main PreyGrasses, fruits, seeds, leaves
Average Litter Size1
TypeMammal
Skin TypeFur
HabitatForest and shrubland
OrderDiprotodontia
Scientific NameMacropus
ColourGrey, brown, white, tan, red
GenusMacropus
Size30-180cm (12-71in)
Image Details
Description Wallaby species pictures. Aerial view, Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve. Photo: Kevin McGrath
Width 2000 pixels
Heigh 1300 pixels
File type JPG
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