Kangaroos and Wallabies

Macropodidae

Red-necked Wallaby

Red-necked Wallaby

What does it look like? Grey-brown above, heavily flecked with white, and washed with reddish on head, shoulders, arms, upper back and base of tail. Underparts pale grey to whitish. Face has obscure cheek-stripe and blackish longitudinal line on forehead. Darker and more brownish in Tas. Where is it found? South-eastern mainland, from south-eastern Qld, through eastern NSW and south Vic to far south-eastern...
Red Kangaroo

Red Kangaroo

What does it look like? The Red Kangaroo is the largest marsupial. Adult males are reddish-brown above, and females appear blue-grey, with a squarish snout, and white stripe between mouth and ear. Underparts are white in both sexes, but males may be stained reddish on the chest. Where is it found? Throughout arid and semi-arid inland Australia in all states except Tas. Reaches coast in north-western...