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This yellow-footed rock wallaby sat still for a portrait shot at Arkaroola Waterhole in the northern Flinders Ranges. The beautiful markings on its fur are evident, but they also help camouflage the animal against the orange and brown rocks of the gorges of the Flinders Ranges. Arkaroola is one of the best places to see these wallabies. This female is carrying a joey (a young wallaby) in its white pouch.

I took this at full zoom, and the image stabilization helped greatly. Right click on image and open in a new tab to see a larger version.

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Additional Photos by Vincent Morand (vjmite) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 244 W: 31 N: 776] (4216)
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