Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby

The yellow-footed rock-wallaby, also called the ring-tailed wallaby, is a member of the macropod (wallabies and kangaroos) family. This species has a greyish back and light-coloured belly with a black stripe on their back and white cheek stripes. Like their name suggests their legs can range from bright yellow to orange, with their ears, arms and tails also being yellowy-orange. This species suffers from a range of threats, including predation and competition with domestic and other species, lack of water and habitat loss and population isolation.


Least Concerned

Near Threatened



Critically Endangered

Extinct In The Wild