Western brush wallaby

Western brush wallaby

Kingdom
Phylum
Subphylum
Class
Infraclass
Family
Genus
SPECIES
Macropus irma
WEIGHT
7-9 kg
LENGTH
830 -1530 mm

The western brush wallaby, also known as the black-gloved wallaby, is a species of wallaby found in the southwestern coastal region of Western Australia. The wallaby's main threat is predation by the introduced red fox . The IUCN lists the western brush wallaby as Least Concern, as it remains fairly widespread and the population is believed to be stable or increasing, as a result of red fox control programs. The western brush wallaby has a grey colour with distinctive white colouring around the face, arms and legs . It is an unusually diurnal macropod that eats mainly grass.

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Di

Diurnal

Fo

Folivore

He

Herbivore

Ju

Jumping

Te

Terrestrial

Vi

Viviparous

Ar

Arboreal

Al

Altricial

So

Solitary

No

Not a migrant

W

starts with

Distribution

Geography

Countries
Biogeographical realms

Western brush wallaby habitat map

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Mating Habits

BABY CARRYING
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References

1. Western brush wallaby Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_brush_wallaby
2. Western brush wallaby on The IUCN Red List site - https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/12626/21953231

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