Eastern Grey Kangaroo - Macropus giganteus






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An Eastern Grey Kangaroo feeding on grass near the beach.
The Eastern Grey Kangaroo (Macropus giganteus) is grey to brownish-grey above, paler on the face and hindlegs, and paler grey to whitish below. It's head has moderately short, somewhat rounded ears, darker eye-rings and a hairy snout. The feet and tip of tail are black.
The Eastern Grey Kangaroo occurs in eastern Australia, from around Cooktown Queensland, through most of New South Wales and Victoria to south-eastern SA and eastern Tas (introduced to Maria Island). It inhabits a wide a variety of wooded habitats and adjacent open areas, where it tends to favour wetter areas, but also occurs in semi-arid regions. It feeds during the day and at night on a variety of grasses, herbs and leaves, and rests during heat of the day in the shade.

Location: South Durras NSW, Australia

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Copyright: Peter Rowland - www.prpw.com.au
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Latitude: 35° 40' 8.4402659999999" S
Longitude: 150° 18' 5.586696" E


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