The black-flanked rock wallaby is a small marsupial which lives in the rocky outcrop. It is also called warru or black-footed rock wallaby. The wallaby is a nocturnal animal in that it becomes active at night.
Black Flanked Rock Wallaby Facts for Kids
- The black flanked rock wallaby has dense bushy tail.
- The wallaby’s tail serves as a third leg in that it maintains the balance of the animal while it hops from one rock to the other.
- They are thought to live in large groups consisting of 10 to 100 individuals.
- Black-flanked rock wallaby comes out at night.
- The wallaby eats leaves, fruits, and herbs. It feeds in open areas.
- It does not drink too much because most of the water comes from the leaves the wallaby eats.
- Predators of the black-flanked rock wallaby are feral cats and foxes.