One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A small, agile, fast-moving Australian wallaby with orange rings of fur around the eyes.
- ‘The banded hare wallaby was once common over the semi-arid regions of southern Western Australia.’
- ‘When a rufous hare wallaby is disturbed in the burrow, it will jump out quickly and try to escape.’
- ‘In the wild, the spectacled hare wallaby lives off grasses, herb foliage, fruit and seeds.’
- ‘Many species of wallaby are about the size of a hare; some so resemble hares that they are called hare wallabies.’
- ‘Banded hare wallabies currently live on uninhabited islands, so they have little interaction with humans.’
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