The Red-necked wallaby is a member of the family Macropodidea. The wallaby resembles a small kangaroo, with a strong tail and the ability to leap great distances. Wallabies are nocturnal herbivores and consume mostly grasses. The wallaby inhabits Australia, New Zealand, and Papua New Guinea.
Skull Length: 12cm (4.7in)
Origin: Australia & New Zealand
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|scientific order||Marsupialia: Diprotodontia|