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The short-eared rock-wallaby generally resides near a permanent water source and depends on the monsoon rains to replenish its food supply. This elusive creature remains relatively unknown to us. The only visible indication of its presence are usually the numerous small droppings scattered across the rocks.
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The short-eared rock-wallaby generally resides near a permanent water source and depends on the monsoon rains to replenish its food supply. This elusive creature remains relatively unknown to us. The only visible indication of its presence are usually the numerous small droppings scattered across the rocks.