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Origin: Eastern Australia Species:  Macropus Robustus
The name “wallaroo” is a mix of wallaby & kangaroo.  
A wallaroo is a marsupial and young live in their mother’s pouch for up to 269 days.  
They can be up to 56 inches long and weigh up to 100 pounds.  
Females may have a dormant young in the uterus, a joey in the pouch and another joey at the foot.
A baby Wallaroo is a joey. A group of wallaroos is called a mob or a troop.
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