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View images of the Agile Wallaby (Macropus agilis) with a new baby in the pouch. The babys' head can be seen inside and also just outside the pouch, exploring a new world. There are also images of rather curious Agile Wallabies as they munch on grass and look a little bemused but very cute!

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Photo Captions for Animals - Agile Wallaby.

Image #1. Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis. The curious Agile Wallaby, an Australian native marsupial, seen here grazing.

Image #2. Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis Watching from the roadside and wet from dew on the grass, he is curious about the onlookers.

Image #3. Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis. The curious Agile Wallaby, an Australian native marsupial, seen here grazing.

Image #4. Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis. The curious Agile Wallaby, an Australian native marsupial, seen here grazing.

Image #5. Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis A curious Agile Wallaby watching.

Image #6. Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis. The curious Agile Wallaby, an Australian native marsupial, seen here grazing.

Image #7. Agile Wallaby - Macropus agilis. Often seen along the tropical coast of Australia. Active during the late afternoon and night. Usually solitary but when food is in short supply, they will come together in groups and to mate. If threatened they thump their hind feet and rapidly hop away.

Image #8. Agile Wallaby & Baby in pouch - Macropus agilis. This Agile Wallaby has a new baby in the pouch which has no hair as yet. The babys head can be seen just outside the pouch, exploring its new world.

Image #9. Agile Wallaby & Baby in pouch - Macropus agilis. This Agile Wallaby has a new baby in the pouch which has no hair as yet. The babys head can be seen just outside the pouch, exploring its new world.

Image #10. Agile Wallaby & Baby in pouch - Macropus agilis. This Agile Wallaby has a new baby in the pouch which has no hair as yet. The babys head can be seen just outside the pouch, exploring its new world.

Image #11. Agile Wallaby & Baby in pouch - Macropus agilis. This Agile Wallaby has a new baby in the pouch which has no hair as yet. The babys head can be seen just outside the pouch, exploring its new world.

Image #12. Agile Wallaby & Baby in pouch - Macropus agilis. This Agile Wallaby has a new baby in the pouch which has no hair as yet. The babys head can be seen just outside the pouch, exploring its new world.

 

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