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Zebra - Study #1
Q1) Wallabies are not a distinct biological group. Nevertheless they fall into several broad categories. Wallabies are widely distributed across Australia, and their are about ______ species.
Q2) Essentially, a wallaby is any macropod that isn't large enough to be considered a kangaroo and has not been given some other name. True or False?
Q3) The wallaby is vegetarian (herbivores) and receives most of its water from food, going for months without drinking. True or False?
Q4) Wallabies live in many types of habitats, including ___________?
Q5) The Red-Necked Wallaby can weigh as much as ________ ?
Q6) The Tammar (or Dama) Wallaby can weigh as little as ________ ?
Q7) The tiny newborn joey climbs to the pouch unassisted and begins to suckle. The little pink head peeks out at about ___?___ days.
Q8) Wallabies range in size from the size of a rabbit to almost 6 ft (1.8 m) long.True or False?
Q9) Female wallabies are called Fliers have a pouch in which the young live and drink milk. Males are called Boomers and are larger than females. Babies are called ________?
Q10) To warn others a wallby will _________?