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Macropus agilis jardinii
A large group of agile wallabies spotted in an open field near Trinity Beach, Queensland, Australia. The group include adult wallabies, as well as young joeys. Their distinctive features include a sandy brown back coloration, light colored underside, a dark stripe down the midline of the head between the ears and eyes, a light colored cheek stripe and margins of the ears that are black.
Dry, open woodland, heaths, dunes and grassland.
Spotted in an open field.
In Australia they are mainly found in northern and eastern Queensland.