Originally from Australia, these long jumpers are the residents farthest from Hof van Eckberge. Their extra-sized enclosure (which we expanded in 2020) gives them plenty of room to jump around and play. The little ones, also called "Joey's," look out of the pouch in sunny weather to see if the environment is safe. If everything looks good, they will take the plunge and explore the enclosure. Have you spotted a little Wallaby yet?

General information Bennett's Wallaby

Scientific name: Macropus rufrogisea

Bennett's wallabies are a lot smaller than kangaroos. An adult Bennett's wallaby has a body length of 80 cm and has a tail length of 70 cm. His coat is brownish-gray in color with reddish-brown spots on the neck and shoulders.

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