Also available for feeding are the kangaroo and wallaby.
The dogs sneaked onto zoo grounds but never got inside the wallaby enclosure.
If you want strangers to talk to you in the grocery store, bring along a wallaby.
Red kangaroos hop around in wire-fenced pens, as do their wallaby cousins.
British Dictionary definitions for wallaby
noun (pl) -bies, -by
any of various herbivorous marsupials of the genera Lagorchestes (hare wallabies), Petrogale (rock wallabies), Protemnodon, etc, of Australia and New Guinea, similar to but smaller than kangaroos: family Macropodidae
(Austral, slang) on the wallaby, on the wallaby track, (of a person) wandering about looking for work
C19: from native Australian wolabā
noun (pl) -bies
a member of the international Rugby Union football team of Australia