Rock wallabies have clumsy back legs that don’t move independently except when swimming
The lifespan of wallabies varies by species, but ranges from about 7 to 18 years.
There are about 30 species of wallaby
Wallabies can be found in Australia and also on the island of New Guinea
Wallabies powerful hind legs are not only used for bounding at high speeds and jumping great heights, but also to administer vigorous kicks to fend off potential predators
The top speed of the average wallaby is about 48 kilometers per hour
Wallabies are most active around dusk and dawn, meaning that the correct term is crepuscular, but they are also classified as nocturnal
Adult male wallabies are referred to as “bucks”, “boomers”, or “jacks”. An adult female wallaby is known as a “doe”, “flyer”, or “jill”. A group of wallabies is called a “court”, “mob”, or “troupe.”