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It is the smallest of all tree-kangaroos, with males weighing an average of 7.2 kg (16 lbs) and females 5.9 kg (13 lbs). Its head and body length ranges from 480–650 mm, and its tail, 600–740 mm. It has powerful limbs and has short, grizzled grey fur. Its muzzle, toes and tip of tail are black. Its face looks like leather.
Very shy, I spotted him on the side of Rainforest around midnight. I did not have the right light for this spotting, so the pic is not very clear. It took me some days before seeing one because they are endangered due to reduction of their habitat. So, they retire higher and deeper in the rainforest.