It might be Monday morning, but not everything is terrible, because look at this tiny rock wallaby and her impossibly cute baby. They just look so soft.
While the nabarlek is yet to be sighted, the tiny animal was identified through DNA analysis of its scat.
After 20 years of assumed extinction, endangered rock wallabies are making a comeback in Kalbarri National Park, WA.
Yesterday, 23 threatened back-flanked rock wallabies were relocated by plane to a new home in Western Australia.
Two endangered brush-tailed rock-wallaby joeys have been born at Taronga Zoo
This baby tree kangaroo’s fate was turned around when his carers at Adelaide Zoo tried fostering him with another species