Australian Banded Hare Wallabies

Aren't they wickedly cute?

Help this animal.

An endangered species in Australia, life can be hard for the wallaby. With a decreasing amount of food and affected by human creation, it needs our help!
The size of this wallaby is about 31 1/2 inches from head to tail. The coloring is a solid gray, with yellow and silver specks and dark horizontal stripes that go from the back to the tail.
As the only living member of the short-faced kangaroos, it is truly endangered. It was last found on the main island of Australia in 1906. (fauna), (sharkbay)

About this Wallaby...

The Banded Hare Wallaby is a wonderful little creature that is a herbivore. It is nocturnal, and lives with its family/is quite social. This species lives in the woodlands and in thick bushes, preferably the Acacia, for its dependable shelter. It eats various sorts of grasses & fruit. There may be competition/shortage of food, where they have to fight for something to eat. This is the time when male wallabies may show aggression to be able to feed itself and its family. Sadly, human environments have been chasing them out of the the main island, only to introduce them to more predators such as feral cats. (animalin)

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These creatures are innocent and need help!

The endangerment affects us

Since there's less food for them, they start eating more of other plants- until there is no more of them. The Wallaby helps pollination and the varieties of plants to thrive in Australia. Since they have predators, such as the Tasmanian Devil, that makes them suffer as well as a result of less wallabies to hunt. (edublogs)

Australian Animal Protection

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Red-necked Pademelon (Thylogale thetis)
Somewhat similar to the wallaby, the Pademelon looks like the Banded Hare Wallaby.