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These wallabies were one of the highlights of the day! They were having so much fun chasing each other around and over the rocks! Others had decided to take a break and rest for awhile. The yellow-footed rock-wallaby has a grey/brown back and face. Its chest and belly are white. The extremities can range from red to yellow with the tail have a barred pattern. Its cheeks and sides have a noticeable white stripe (there is also a hind stripe that is less easily seen in these pictures). It also has a dark dorsal stripe.
Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo. Rocky habitat.
Lat: 27.95, Long: -82.46
Spotted on Feb 19, 2012
Submitted on Mar 12, 2012