Wallaroo Lifespan: years Origin: Australia Fun fact: The term "wallaroo" is a mix, or portmanteau, of "kangaroo" and "wallaby." Likewise, a wallaroo is not quite as big as a kangaroo, but not quite as small as a wallaby.
The sweet face of a Red-necked Wallaby joey recently emerged from its mother’s pouch at Belgrade Zoo. The zoo currently does not have a name for the joey. Once the youngster begins to spend time outside of mom’s pouch, keepers.
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A wallaroo is like a kangaroo, except that it is larger in size than a wallaby and smaller than a kangaroo. Some people even just call them kangaroos. So here’s a picture of a doe-eyed eastern wallaroo with her joey!
Sugar Glider: nocturnal Marsupial native to Mainland Australia. Their most striking feature is a patagium, or membrane that stretches from their hands to their feet, allowing them to actually glide 50 - 150 meters.