DISTRIBUTION: Eastern Australia, including Tasmania.
DIET: Grasses, roots, tree leaves, and weeds.
NOTES: All wallabies are marsupials or pouched mammals. Wallaby young are born tiny, helpless, and undeveloped. They immediately crawl into their mothers’ pouches where they continue to develop after birth, usually for a couple of months. The Albino Bennett Wallaby comes from a rare recessive gene, which usually means that the parents are normal in color, and just carry the albino gene. If one of the parents carries the gene they have a 25% chance of having an albino baby.