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Pretty incredible 72 hours from @emmalawrence90 . Finishes a 150km walk for charity on Friday at the #NRL  in Newcastle, hosts the Wallabies test in Perth last night and now hosting an #NRL  game in Sydney this afternoon. Some effort. 👏

🗣"My professional Rugby career has been a rollercoaster... #AUSvENG  #Wallabies 

𝙋𝙚𝙩𝙖𝙞𝙖 𝙋𝙤𝙬𝙚𝙧 🤜 #AUSvENG  #Wallabies 

Tweets that precede unfortunate events 🤭 #AUSvENG  #Wallabies 

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It wasn't a dream, it really did happen 🤩 #AUSvENG  #Wallabies 

England's Jones puts spotlight on referee after Wallabies loss

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Analysis: Maturity the next step after a Wallabies win for the ages | @geerob 

Wallabies player ratings: How the men in gold fared in the first Test against England

Decent night for Australia last night: - Four Aussies into R16 at Wimbledon🎾 - Jai Opetaia becomes a world champion🥊 - Wallabies beat England🏉 - Stuart Broad goes for 35 in an over😂

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WALLABY RESCUE: An animal rescue group in #Australia  is now caring for a group of baby wallabies after they were rescued from the devastating wildfires. #AustralianFiresnFires 

Heartbreaking footage shows wallabies flee from a raging bushfire burning near a wilderness retreat on Australia’s Kangaroo Island last week. More than 1 billion animals are estimated to have died in the devastating fires ravaging the continent.

From emperor scorpions to hippos to wallabies, many wild moms remind us of ourselves. Happy #MothersDay !

Australia Is Dropping Carrots From The Sky For Endangered Wallabies And It's Truly Heartwarming

OPERATION WALLABY: Thousands of kilograms of carrots and sweet potato are being delivered to endangered wallabies'>Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies in fire affected areas as the NSW Government steps in to help. #9News 

Officials have dropped over 2,000 pounds (1,000 kilograms) of sweet potatoes and carrots from the sky to feed hungry wallabies affected by the Australian bushfires.

WATCH: Officials are dropping vegetables from helicopters to help starving wallabies escaping the wildfires in Australia ?

Over 8,000 koalas are feared dead in Australia after fires hit a major habitat, wiping out 30% of a koala colony. Experts say the fires have probably killed millions of animals like kangaroos, wombats and wallabies.

Go Wallabies! Luck at Soldier Field in ChiTown. #USA  vs #AUS  #StrongerAsOne 

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