Just when we think we know everything there is to know about kangaroos, we discover something new. Meet the curvy-clawed, long-fingered tree kangaroo that once inhabited Australia.
Science & Environment
A critical population of rare rock-wallabies rescued from the flames of the Black Summer fires is finally returned home safely.
When you think of kangaroos and wallabies, you probably don’t think of the temperate climate, unsettled weather and agricultural lands of England. Yet on such pastures, the red-necked wallaby has found a home.
Nailtail wallabies may be back from the brink, but they’re facing the same challenges.
Given up for extinct, the bridled nailtail wallaby was rediscovered after it was recognised from an article in Woman’s Day magazine.
Let’s face it. There’s nothing more Australian than the swamp wallaby. Or as Australians in the east like to call it, the black stinker.
Sydney has had its fair share of wallaby antics over the past month.
For a long time after it was first discovered back in 1924 it was assumed that the purple-necked rock-wallabies purple colouration came from encounters with rocks or vegetation.
The banded-hare wallaby is making a historic return to the Australian mainland after completely disappearing more than century ago due to predation by foxes and feral cats.
After 20 years of assumed extinction, endangered rock wallabies are making a comeback in Kalbarri National Park, WA.