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Great ChrisJ 2015-11-21 12:09

Hi Vincent,

I've never seen a rock wallaby before. There are brush tailed rock wallabies in the ranges near Brisbane but no yellow footed ones which must be unique to South Australia? Anyway a superb profiled view with good sharpness and the tiger striped tail is a surprise here. Tfs!

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Old 11-24-2015, 08:52 AM
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The yellow-footed rock wallabies are found in the Flinders Ranges and a few other places in SA, but also in the far west of NSW and in a small area of western Queensland. It goes without saying that they used to be more widely distributed. They seem to be common enough at Arkaroola, and presumably are doing well in the adjacent Gammon Ranges National Park. They are my favourite kangaroo/wallaby.
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