Agile Wallaby

Where can I see the Agile Wallaby

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The Agile Wallaby is a small, agile marsupial found in eastern and southern Australia. They are known for their quick movements and their ability to jump long distances.

The Agile Wallaby is a great symbol of agility and can be used as an example for teams looking to become more agile. Their quick movements and long jumps represent the ability to quickly adapt and respond to changes.

Agile Wallabies are also known for being very social creatures. They live in groups called mobs, which help them stay safe and learn new things. This social aspect can also be applied to agile teams, who can benefit from working together closely.

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Least Concern (LC)
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Geeky Facts about the Agile Wallaby

Fact 1

An agile wallaby joey remains in the pouch for 7-8 months and is weaned after 11 months.

Fact 2

They forage mainly during the night.

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They are the most common wallabies in Australia's north.

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