Wallaby


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A marsupial—Macropus eugeniiwhich—may be an ideal model for studying mammalian development, given that after 28 days of embryologic development, the fetus is accessible from the marsupium—pouch—and can be observed for the remaining 180 days of development
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A full-body X-ray was taken of the wallaby, which "thankfully did not reveal any significant injuries," a spokeswoman of the zoo said.
But fed-up commuters were hopping-mad, with one tweeting: "So now Wallaby on the line is the latest excuse added to the ever growing excuses list."
"Then another came through to say it was a kangaroo, and then it was changed again to say it was a wallaby!
As well as being the nickname for Australia's international rugby team, a wallaby is a smallor mid-sized macropod found in Australia and New Guinea and they belong to the same family as kangaroos.
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The Anglesey-born rugby fan told Aussie reporters his rescue was an omen for the upcoming Lions tour - with a struggling Wallaby at the mercy of a group of Welshmen.
Local media said the wallaby most likely made its way to the car park from nearby bush land.
THE escape and recapture of a zoo's fugitive wallaby this week stirred memories for one family.
The tiny white wallaby was born sometime in November, but was only spotted in its mother's pouch this week.
One example is the bridled nailtail wallaby, which was feared extinct until found in the 1970s by an Australian farmer preparing to clear a section of his property.