- View from the Zoo: Wallaby move keeps genetics diverse
- Due to their slightly different physical and behavioural characteristics they are the only animal in the genus Wallabia, with the rest of wallabies and kangaroos coming under the Macropus genus.
- Newborn baby kangaroo in Okinawa Zoo and Museum
- Giant Kangaroo, or Macropus giganteus, Miyuki gave birth to her fourth baby in the Okinawa Zoo and Museum in Okinawa City. The newborn baby kangaroo has frequently been showing its face from its mother's pouch. On January 31, the breeding staff of the ...
- All Kangaroos Are Lefties, Scientists Say
- Left-handedness was particularly apparent in the eastern gray kangaroo (Macropus giganteus) and the red kangaroo (Macropus rufus). Red-necked (Bennett's) wallabies (Macropus rufogriseus) prefer their left hand for some tasks and their right for others: ...
- Egyre biztosabb a Call of Duty: Ghosts 2
- Macropus Rufus #1 tegnapelőtt, 11:29 hát nem is tudom. Nekem az a filmes átvezetős, de még is játékos dolog azért annyira nem fexik. Írom ezt úgy, hogy van egy pár CoD otthon.
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