- Prosperine rock wallabies prefer rocky areas that
are protected by the canopy of a forest. This species
likes to be near open woodlands with plenty of grass.
Rock Wallaby - A site dedicated to the conservation
of the Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby.
Jungle: Wallaby Caresheet - Fact sheets on wallabies
with statistics, breeding and reproduction information,
- The Friends help save rock-wallabies by raising
funds for feral animal control and surveys. Would you
like to help too?
- Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby is a small, attractive animal
with distinctive facial markings and a long bushy tail.
On Australian Natural History Society
- Wallaby & Kangaroo Owners Directory
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