Black-footed Rock Wallabies


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If you look in the rocky outcrops of the Cape Range National Park in Western Australia you will find the black footed rock wallaby (Petrogale Laterelis).One of sixteen species of rock-wallaby. Endemic to Australia and listed by the IUCN as near threatened, it is great to see this little Joey’s head out of it mother’s pouch. If you sit still you can watch them going about their daily routine.  When the foxes were introduced to Australia, Competition with goats and rabbits as well as livestock for food, making it challenging for them – Photo By 2013© all right reserved.

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A Tom Balks photographic print is crafted with with exceptional Ins and gallery-quality paper stock for decades of colour-fastness and viewing enjoyment. I use premium Hahnenuhle Fine-Art paper. The image colour is guaranteed to remain unchanged for 75 years plus. Hahnemuhle Monet Canvas 410 gsm 100% Cotton or Hahnemuhle German Etching Paper 310 gsm.

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Hahnemuhle Canvas 410 gsm 100% Cotton, Hahnemuhle German Etching Paper 310 gsm

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