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Wallaby Joey ........Native of Australia. Can go over 30feet in one hop. When standing they can use their tail as a third leg. They are very shy and are often nocturnal animals. Adult males are called buck, boomer or jack. Adult females are called doe, flyer, roo or jill. Babies are called joeys. A group of roos is called a mob. Natives of AUSTRALIA

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