RE: Wobbly old man resting. -ID query

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Subject: RE: Wobbly old man resting. -ID query
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2013 15:54:34 +1000
Yes several features show Alex's photo as a different species from Margaret's photos. No one has commented on my observations of whether they have seen male macropods sitting with their tail forward between their legs, or on my quiz question as to how to tell whether a male mammal is a marsupial or placental, by its genitals.
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This poor old fella is an actual Wobbly. He’s on his last legs and I think totally blind. Notice the red on base of ears but still a Swampie.

Or how about Red-necked Black-tailed Wallaby J

Interesting thing here is he was eating the mistletoe leaves and bird poo off the ground. Oh and my native geranium and other pot plants……

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