Macropus robustus robustus
The Eastern Wallaroo is a large dark grey or reddish kangaroo with coarse fur and a black nose. The males are much larger than females.. Size: Males to 2.0m including tail, females 1.5m. Tail is about 90cm for male and 75cm for female.
Found in variety of habitats usually where there is rocky outcrops with caves or overhangs to provide shelter
Food: It leaves its shelter to graze in the evening on grass and shrub leaves. Breeding: Gestation is about 32 days with pouch life of 8-9 months.