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File:Wallaby joey face in pouch.jpg

Description A Red-necked wallaby, Macropus rufogriseus, joey in the pouch. That is the joey's hind leg that is twisted around behind the joey's head, once joeys get older they have trouble fiting in the pouch.
Wallaby with joey444.jpg

this shot shows more of the adult and makes it more understandable
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Author Benjamint444

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Taken by benjamint444

Camera Details:
Camera: Panasonic FZ30
Lens: Built in 7.4-88.8mm (35-420mm 35mm equivalent)

Panasonic DMC FZ-30 camera
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