Whiptail wallaby

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Whiptail wallaby

Order : Diprotodontia
Family : Macropodidae
Species : Macropus parryi

 

The Whiptail 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

Countries
Australia
Some facts about the
Whiptail wallaby

Adult weight : 16.5 kg (36.3 lbs)

Female maturity :745 days

Male maturity : 883 days

Gestation : 36 days

Weaning : 365 days

Litter size : 1

Interval between litters : 266 days

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Facts about the whiptail wallaby

The whiptail wallaby is the most social of all large marsupials.

T The Whiptail Wallaby is also known as the Blue Flier and Pretty-Face wallaby, it is easy to see why this is so, it is truly a beautiful looking animal.

· The whiptail wallaby is also known as “Parry’s wallaby” or “pretty-faced wallaby. (Full text)

" The whiptail wallaby is a larger diprotodont with a body http://people.

The Whiptail Wallaby is regarded as common throughout its range. (Full text)

The only draw back of land system Connor for the Whiptail Wallaby is that it is pretty flat and floods.

Whiptail Wallaby is potentially available in seven (7) land systems in both Cathedral and Kenniff Cave’s catchments (Tables X.

Furs from the Bennett’s Wallaby and the Rufous Wallaby are sold within Australia, and fur from the Whiptail Wallaby is sold overseas.

" The whiptail wallaby is a larger diprotodont with a body length of 90 cm, tail length of 94 cm, and a weight of 16 kg. (Full text)

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