The Bennetts or Red-necked Wallaby (Macro Rufogriscus) is Tasmania’s largest marsupial and the Rufous or Tasmanian Pademelon ( Thylogale billardierii) is the second largest. The Bennetts Wallaby is easily distinguished by its black nose and paws, and white stripe on the upper lip. Both are mostly nocturnal and solitary, but may be seen grazing at dusk while they feed on grasses and herbs, and the leaves of trees and shrubs.
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