The average wallaby can grow 12-41 inches with a tail of 10-29 inches
A full grown wallaby will be between 2 1/2 feet and 3 feet high. It will weigh between 30 and 40 pounds. If kept in captivity, they’ll require at least a 50 by 50 foot space with a 6 foot fence.
Wallabies vary in size depending on the species. The Spectacled hare wallaby is normally 16-19 inches (not including the tail), The Brush-tailed rock wallaby is 20-23 inches (with another 20-28 inches of tail) and the Swamp Wallaby is 26-34 inches (with 26-34 inches of tail) to name a few. Their weight can range from 2 and a half pounds to 45 pounds.
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