- n. Plural form of wallaby.
“Milk from lactating wallabies is effective in combatting antibiotic-resistant bacteria:”
“The wallabies are a good solid team but lack any consistency, not just match to match, but even within a complete 80 minutes. anti | the valley - September 06, 2010, 7: 33AM”
“But Bob Redley, who runs a bed-andbreakfast at nearby Balmaha, claimed the wallabies were a major tourist attraction.”
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“Government wildlife biologist Nick Moonie noted that fences would also trap other animals such as wallabies and echidnas, some of which may need to move or migrate.”
“Culling Iain said: "Culling the wallabies is a real option but we would have to take advice from experts on how this would be done.”
“The wallabies in particular seemed to thrive in this moorland environment but numbers have fallen steadily in recent decades – some say the last one died a few years back.”
“Some of the past reports of climbers on The Roaches pulling over the top of the crag to be confronted by a camel or a brown bear may be apocryphal, but there's no doubt about the presence of wallabies and various deer species on these tawny moors.”
“The Tasmanians subsisted largely by hunting seals, red-necked wallabies (a close relative of the kangaroo), and wombats (a four-legged, furry marsupial).”
“Then there are the wallabies who get so high on opium poppies that they can't hop straight.”
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