Help the brush-tailed rock-wallaby
This small wallaby is named for its long, flexible tail, which ends in a brush of coarse hair. Once found across south-eastern Australia, the brush-tailed rock-wallaby was once widespread and abundant. Populations have declined dramatically, however, because of predation by foxes and wild dogs, competition with feral goats and pigs, and the loss, degradation and fragmentation of habitat. It is now classified as vulnerable by the IUCN.
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Funds raised will help support the Friends of the Brush-Tailed Rock-Wallaby to protect rock-wallabies into the future.