- Caught on video: The elusive Kalihi Valley wallaby
- The brush-tailed rock-wallaby (Petrogale penicillata) is native to Australia. They are considered threatened in their native habitat with populations declining.
- Top 20 New Species Discovered in 2015
- Wilkins' rock-wallaby (Petrogale wilkinsi), a species of marsupial from Australia: An adult male of the Wilkins' rock-wallaby (Petrogale wilkinsi) photographed in Litchfield National Park, Australia. Image credit: Emily Miller.
- Sydney's Taronga Zoo's brush-tailed rock wallabies emerge from mothers' pouches
- Jumping into the limelight, two tiny Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby joey's have emerged from their mother's pouches to greet the cameras at Sydney's Taronga Zoo, in Australia. A female joey and another joey, whose gender is unknown, were born as part of a ...
- Rock-wallaby interbreeding causes rethink on evolution
- Scientists have discovered that rock-wallabies living in north east Queensland are sharing genetic material despite belonging to six different species.
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