Author: John Hill
Order : Diprotodontia
Family : Macropodidae
Species : Macropus agilis
The Agile wallaby is listed as Least Concern (LR/lc), lowest risk. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category, on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Some facts about the
Adult weight : 16 kg (35.2 lbs)
Maximum longevity : 17 years
Female maturity :365 days
Male maturity : 425 days
Gestation : 29 days
Weaning : 214 days
Litter size : 1
Interval between litters : 220 days
Weight at birth : 0.001 kg (0.0022 lbs)
Weight at weaning : 2.287 kg (5.0314 lbs)
Facts about the agile wallaby
Agile Wallaby is potentially available in a single (1) land system in Cathedral Caveâ€™s catchment whereas it is potentially available in four (4) land systems within Kenniff Caveâ€™s catchment (Tables X.
Agile Wallabys are at home and protected in this park.
Description: The Agile Wallaby is a animal of today's open forests, coastal sand dunes and nearby grasslands, where it grazes on native grasses.
Red, Gray, and Hill Kangaroos also come to the water, and Agile Wallabys are abundant.
The agile wallaby is also found in Australia, where individuals can weight over 50 pounds.
The Agile wallaby is found in tall grasslands and open woodlands, while Tree Kangaroos are found in the rainforests of north-east Australia and New Guinea.
The Agile Wallaby is probably the most common type of marsupial in the central Queensland area.
The fine-featured agile wallaby is often seen feeding at the roadside in the north of the Park.
Agile Wallaby is common at the bird bath near the bough shed. (Full text)
"Agile Wallaby" The agile wallaby is a larger diprotodont with a body length of 80 cm, tail (Full text)
The Agile wallaby is found in tall grasslands and open woodlands, while Tree Kangaroos are found in the rainforests of north-east Australia and New Guinea. (Full text)More animals beginning with A