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Monotremes and Marsupials
Macropus fuliginoseus Western grey kangaroo Macropus giganteus Eastern grey kangaroo Macropus greyi Toolache wallaby Ex Australia Macropus irma Western brush wallaby Macropus parma Parma wallaby Australia Macropus parryi Whiptail wallaby Macropus robustus Wallaroo Macropus rufogriseus Red necked wallaby Macropus rufus ...
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KANGAROO  -- Kids' Planet -- Defenders of Wildlife
POPULATION: Macropus giganteus (eastern gray kangaroo): 8,978,000. Macropus fuliginosus (western gray kangaroo): 1,774,000. Macropus rufus (red kangaroo): 8,351,000. LIFESPAN: On average ...
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About Marsupials
Longest gestation period: Red-necked wallaby (Wallabia rufogrisea) with 40 days. Largest living marsupial: Kangaroo (Macropus rufus) - males measure up to 4.6 feet tall and weigh up to 150 pounds. Smallest ...
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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary - Australian wildlife
About RedKangaroos Scientific Name Macropus rufus The Red Kangaroo is the largest marsupial in the world. Males are larger than females ...
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Keeping Marsupials : Keeping and Breeding Marsupials in Captivity, Maintaining Injured and Orphaned Wildlife in Captivity, Animal Husbandry, Australian Marsupials, Australian Mammals, Marsupial Conservation
Lasiorhinus latifrons Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat Leggadina forresti Forrest's Mouse Macropus eugenii Tammar Wallaby Macropus rufogriseus Red-necked Wallaby Macropus rufus Big Red Kangaroo Macrotis lagotis Greater Bilby Mormopterus spp. Southern Freetail ...
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Keeping Marsupials : Keeping and Breeding Marsupials in Captivity, Maintaining Injured and Orphaned Wildlife in Captivity, Animal Husbandry, Australian Marsupials, Australian Mammals, Marsupial Conservation
It has been seen in red Kangaroos (Macropus Rufus), Western Grey Kangoroos (M. fuliginosus), Euros (M. robustus), Swamp Wallabies (Wallabia bicolour), Dama (Tammar) Wallabies (Macropus eugenii), Northern brown Bandicoots (Isoodon macrourus) and ...
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Hybrid Marsupials
KANGAROOS & WALLABIES This photo of a hybrid between a red kangaroo (Macropus rufus)and a great grey kangaroo (Macropus giganteus) was taken at the Rothschild Zoological Museum in Tring. It was ... been experimentally bred. The male parent is given first: - Hill wallaroo (Macropus robustus) X red kangaroo (M rufus) produced an infertile female hybrid with only one ovary - Swamp/Black wallaby ( ...
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The Thylacine Museum - The Natural History of Thylacinus cynocephalus: Thylacine Behaviour (page 1)
Examples of some other large marsupials, such as the Red kangaroo (Macropus rufus), have survived for nearly 20 years under captive conditions, but in the wild have a ...
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The Thylacine Museum - The Thylacine in Postage Stamps (Australia - 1959-1962)
Australia's 1959-1962 commemorative stamps which depict the Red kangaroo (Macropus rufus), Tiger cat (Dasyurus maculatus), Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus), Rabbit bandicoot (aka Greater Bilby - Macrotis lagotis), Tasmanian ...
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Red Kangaroo facts - Animal Facts - Animals - Animals Myths&Legends - Planet Ozkids - Animal stories, facts and endangered animals
Animal Postcards Animal Facts Weird Animal Facts Endangered Animals Environment Biomes Animal Facts Red Kangaroo ( Macropus rufus ) Description A member of the macropod family, the Red Kangaroo is the largest living marsupial ...
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