Australian Animals Alphabet

Y is for Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby

Our next letter in the Aussie Alphabet is Y.

Y is for Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby.

Big footed, yellow footed.

Bounding along the rock faces, trying to be like some kind of spiderman.

Camouflaged among the stony outcrops, boulder piles and steep slopes, except for their rich orange to bright yellow forearms, hind limbs and feet, the Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby is one of the most brightly coloured of all the Aussie mammals.

Australian Animals Alphabet’s next letter is Z.

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