macropods

This swamp wallaby lives on my property. They are unique to all our macropods for a few reasons one being that these will actually eat other small mammals! I'm thinking this is a female as there was finally another here last week (these normally live alone rather than in groups like some macropods) so maybe that was a boy visiting...
Beautiful...Fav
posted April 17th, 2017  
Beautiful detail and lighting :)
posted April 17th, 2017  
Wow! You must have been close to get such a great shot! She is adorable? How big do they get? Smaller than a kangaroo correct?
posted April 17th, 2017  
Just lovely.
posted April 17th, 2017  
Wonderful capture :)
posted April 17th, 2017  
@dianen thanks Diane, yes I was only about 20 metres away and suddenly realised she was there. I see her nearly every day on the property but usually she sees me first and takes off. Yes much smaller than a kangaroo - she is probably about 70 cm or so tall, while kangaroos can be up to 1.5 m tall if that helps get her size and proportion
posted April 17th, 2017  
Well hello there! She seems to have a smile on her face :)
posted April 17th, 2017  
Such a jolly little face she seems to be smiling at you
posted April 17th, 2017  
So gorgeous! Fav!
posted April 17th, 2017  
Super capture and details
posted April 18th, 2017  
Love that fuzzy face!
posted April 18th, 2017  
Great shot!
posted April 18th, 2017  
Cute as a bug!
posted April 18th, 2017  
Wow, great capture. Definitely something different.
posted April 18th, 2017  
Cute shot. I didn't realise they ate other animals.
posted April 18th, 2017  
Wow, so close & she is looking right at you!! Brilliant capture,
posted April 18th, 2017  
Sweet shot
posted April 18th, 2017  
So cute :)
posted April 18th, 2017  
So cute
posted April 18th, 2017  
That's awesome, truly awesome.
posted April 19th, 2017  
A beautiful portrait of this beautiful animal.
posted April 20th, 2017  
Super capture
posted April 22nd, 2017  
Oh I just love that dear little face! No zoo enclosure I've ever seen can display them as charmingly as to encounter them in the wild!
posted April 24th, 2017  
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