Parma Wallaby Macropus parma

Parma Wallaby
Parma Wallaby jumping
The Parma Wallaby was thought to be extinct for over 100 years but some were discovered in 1965 living among another Wallaby species on one of New Zealand's small islands.
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Parma Wallabies
Parma Wallabies
The smallest of Macropus genus, they have been re-introduced to their native New South Wales, Australia, where other surviving individuals were also found.
Parma Wallaby
Parma Wallaby
Parma Wallaby
The Parma Wallaby is also known as the White-throated Wallaby.
Parma Wallabies rowing Rowing
Parma Wallaby handstand Handstand
Parma Wallabies leapfrog Leapfrog
Parma Wallaby with joey
Parma Wallaby with joey
Parma Wallaby with joey
Like other macropods (kangaroos/wallabies), the young are called "joeys". Those above look a bit big to return to the mother's pouch.
Parma Wallaby
Parma Wallaby
Parma Wallaby With joey