Black-striped wallaby

Black-striped wallaby

Kingdom
Phylum
Subphylum
Class
Infraclass
Family
Genus
SPECIES
Macropus dorsalis
WEIGHT
49500 g
LENGTH
100-159 cm

The black-striped wallaby, also known as the scrub wallaby or eastern brush wallaby, is a medium-sized wallaby found in Australia, from Townsville in Queensland to Narrabri in New South Wales. In New South Wales, it is only found west of the Great Dividing Range. It is decreasing in these areas, but is not classified as threatened as a species yet. The New South Wales population, however, is classified as endangered.

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No

Nocturnal

Fo

Folivore

He

Herbivore

Zo

Zoochory

Ju

Jumping

Te

Terrestrial

Vi

Viviparous

Al

Altricial

Gr

Grazing

Po

Polygyny

Po

Polygamy

Do

Dominance hierarchy

So

Social

B

starts with

Distribution

Geography

Countries
Biogeographical realms

Black-striped wallaby habitat map

Climate zones

Diet and Nutrition

Mating Habits

MATING BEHAVIOR
PREGNANCY DURATION
33 to 35 days
BABY CARRYING
1
INDEPENDENT AGE
300 days

References

1. Black-striped wallaby Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black-striped_wallaby
2. Black-striped wallaby on The IUCN Red List site - https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/40562/21953658

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