|Red-necked Pademelon Thylogale thetis, Lamington National Park.|
|Lumholtz's Tree Kangaroos Dendrolagus lumholtzi, Atherton Tableland, Queensland.|
|Agile Wallaby Macropus agilis, Cape Hillsborough National Park, Queensland.|
The powerful long fourth toe and claw are quite visible.
|Black-footed (or Black-flanked) Rock-wallaby Petrogale lateralis, Alice Springs. |
The shorter toes without protruding claws are evident.
|Black-footed Rock-wallaby, Alice Springs.|
This baby will be left in a safe place while mother feeds, when it gets too big for her to continue to carry safely around.
|Yellow-footed Rock-wallaby, Brachina Gorge, Flinders Ranges, South Australia, an 'old rocker'.|
This lovely animal also demonstrates how colourful some rock-wallaby species are, relative to other kangaroos.
|Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby, Wollomombi Falls, northern New South Wales.|
Only in small parts of north-eastern New South Wales and south-east Queensland
is this species still moderately common.
|Euros, Broken Hill; powerful hill-climbing kangaroos.|