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Opinion: Whether the Wallabies’ spring tour earns a pass mark boils down to one match – their clash with Scotland at Murrayfield

IM 🦘Did you know wild wallabies live on the Isle of Man?

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Wallabies would usually be found living in Eastern Australia and Tasmania, but they are now thriving in the Isle of Man following an escape from captivity in the 1960s.

🙏 “Every day I would wake up and just feel like I was sinking... 📺 @StanSportAU  #Wallabies 

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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 

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 !

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.

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 

Baby wallabies find sanctuary after being rescued from Australia fire.

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.

Carrots falling from the sky: Australia drops 4,600 pounds of food, water from helicopters to feed hungry wallabies

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.

Wildlife groups in Australia are air-dropping vegetables for hungry wallabies, whose food supplies were wiped out by bushfires. The fires have decimated major habitats for 10+ vulnerable species, say groups.

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