The pretty-faced or whiptail wallaby is a species of wallaby found in eastern Australia. It is locally common from Cooktown in Queensland to near Grafton in New South Wales. They live in grasslands and woodlands, particularly on hills or slopes. In areas, like Carnarvon Gorge in Queensland, where there is a long history of association with humans they, like many macropods, will respond well to non-threatening close contact. This is one of my favourite macropods, it is a young female.
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