Published: March 9th 2007March 5th 2007
Nothing too unusual
This is a Bennetts Wallaby, a common sight in these parts. On the mainland they are known as the red-necked Wallaby a solitary animal that spends its days in the forest and feeds from late afternoon
As those of you following my progress will be aware, I have been on a long expedition through the Tasmanian outback in search of the Thylacine.
Its been a long and trying hunt through varied and changing landscapes and I've met many furry little critters along the way.
Through study and field exploration I have become an expert on Australian mammals and I would like to take you all on little journey through the Tasmanian outback to share with you some of the things I have seen.
The best way to experience this is to see it rather than me describe it so I'm going to let the pictures tell the story on this entry.
There are more photos below