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We have two species of wallaby that live near our house. The Bennet's wallaby and the tasmanian pademelon (the littlest wallaby species). I can't tell which species these belong to, so I'll just leave them listed as "wallaby".
Kangaroos walk by placing their front feet on the ground and then lifting their back feet while holding their weight between their front feet and their very muscular tail. They then place their back feet just outside their front feet. Repeat. The curving lines you see over (or in front of) the foot prints is from the drag of the tail.