Animalia > Chordata > Mammalia > Diprotodontia > Macropodidae > Macropus


Wikipedia Abstract

Macropus is a marsupial genus that belongs to the family Macropodidae. It has thirteen extant species which are further divided into three subgenera. The genus includes all terrestrial kangaroos, wallaroos, and several species of wallaby. The term itself is derived from the Ancient Greek μάκρος, makros "long" and πους, pous "foot". A further eleven extinct species are recognised. The type species is the eastern grey kangaroo.
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Macropus agilis (Agile Wallaby) (Attributes)
Macropus antilopinus (Antilopine Kangaroo) (Attributes)
Macropus bernardus (Woodward's Wallaroo) (Attributes)
Macropus dorsalis (Black-striped Wallaby) (Attributes)
Macropus eugenii (Tammar Wallaby) (Attributes)
Macropus fuliginosus (Western Grey Kangaroo) (Attributes)
Macropus giganteus (Eastern Grey Kangaroo) (Attributes)
Macropus greyi (Toolache Wallaby) (Attributes)
Macropus irma (Western Brush Wallaby) (Attributes)
Macropus parma (Parma Wallaby) (Attributes)
Macropus parryi (Pretty-faced Wallaby) (Attributes)
Macropus robustus (Wallaroo) (Attributes)
Macropus rufogriseus (Red-necked Wallaby) (Attributes)
Macropus rufus (Red Kangaroo) (Attributes)

Institutions (Zoos, etc.)

Institution Infraspecies / Breed 
Amarillo Zoo
Banham Zoo Ltd.

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