This month’s conservation interview is on the Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby, one of the world’s most endangered marsupials. When Europeans first arrived they were plentiful, but they were hunted for their beautiful coat. Thankfully that has stopped but now they have new threats; habitat destruction and feral species.
Believe it or not the Brush-tailed Rock-Wallaby can climb trees!
These Rock-Wallaby’s live in small groups made up of one male and three-five females.
Check out my interview below with Sarah to learn more about these beautiful creatures.
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