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Ben k swamp wallaby

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  • 1. Swamp Wallaby By Ben Kentwell 2010 5B
  • 2. Classification
    • The swamp wallaby is a mammal.
    • Its scientific name is wallabia bicolor.
    • It is found near inner east coast of Australia.
    • It is a macropod marsupial.
  • 3. Description
    • The Swamp Wallaby has a dark coloured
    • Fur with a reddish belly. It also has a dark coloured face. It has to strong hind legs
    • and a long tail.
  • 4. Location
    • The swamp wallaby is found in far north
    • Queensland
    Daintree Rainforest
  • 5. Movement
    • The swamp wallaby moves with there front paws first followed by the back paws.
  • 6. Diet
    • The swamp wallaby feeds on ferns, leaves, seedlings and grass. it likes to eat around ferns and rather than long grass.
  • 7. Reproduction
    • The swamp wallaby breeds thought out the
    • year and the gestation takes 33 to 38 days
    • leading to a single young. The young
    • ss carried in the pouch for about 15 months.
  • 8. Bibliography
    • http:// www.wildlifemountain.com/swampy.htm
    • http://www.ozanimals.com/Mammal/Swamp-Wallaby/Wallabia/bicolor.html
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swamp_Wallaby
    • http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/define-ferns-1.jpg
    • http://www.fourthcrossingwildlife.com/SwampWallaby2.jpg
    • http://home.vicnet.net.au/~wildcare/Obeilia--no-4-baby-2005.jpg
    • http://www.raydrew.net/images/Swamp_wallaby_ESC4717.jpg
    • http://floridanature.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/free-swamp-wallaby-picture1.jpg
    • http://www.livingtravel.com/australia/southaustralia/ClelandNationalPark/SwampWallabies_5246.jpg
    • http:// www.portdouglaswebs.com.au/maps/port_douglas_cairns.gif

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