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Macropods

Derived from the Greek, macropod literally means "large footed." Macropods are marsupials belonging to the family Macropodidae, which includes kangaroos, wallabies, tree kangaroos, pademelons, and several others.
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From personal field observations of weathered macropod teeth, I know that macropod molars can fragment into at least two and possibly more than six sherds.
DPIPWE (2017a) Macropod management: Maria Island National Park, Annual report and recommendations June 2017.
The underlying attitude is one of sheer objectification, (3) that ignores the significance of kangaroos--and macropods in general--as individuals, not merely sentient but intelligent and highly emotional beings, with a family structure and strong family affections and ties.
Previous research has suggested that macropod microbiomes might possess unique protozoa, bacteria and archaea (single-celled organisms in the Archaea taxonomic domain).
Agile wallabies are members of the macropod family.
Wallaby is a name for some 30 species of macropod, which are smaller than kangaroos.
His field research into macropods (kangaroos and their relatives) saw him recognised as a prominent 20th centuryexplorerfor his discoveries of new macropod species in Australasia.
Volume's first product, a mobile lockable office called The Macropod, was an award-winner at the London Workplace 01 exhibition and remains in high demand..
Female home range size and the evolution of social organization in macropod marsupials.
(4) The program has been developed by the Qld Macropod and Wild Game Harvesters Association with the Qld Dept of Employment and Training and the Rural Industry Training and Extension Association.
After eight years of sitting as the conservation representative of the Queensland Macropod Management Committee, I know that the commercial killing of kangaroos is not clean, it's not green and it's not healthy.
In Australia, the parasite is believed to be maintained in two different cycles of transmission: a domestic cycle principally between sheep and dogs, and a wildlife cycle involving mainly macropod marsupials and dingos (Kumaratilake and Thompson 1982).