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Wallaby Dinner, a crunchy asmr video

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Wallabies are marsupials, mammals with pouches, native to Australia and New Guinea. Though they look similar to kangaroos and belong to the same taxonomic family, Macropodidae, meaning “big feet,” wallabies are smaller and typically inhabit forested areas or grasslands.

The team at Peak Wildlife Park in England shares this quiet yet crunchy “wallaby asmr” video during dinnertime. Listen as they enjoy carrots, parsnips, and broccoli.


Plus, keep an eye out for the white Bennett’s wallaby. While most of these herbivores have brown fur, some are born with albinism, a genetic variation characterized by an imbalance of melanin that gives them white fur. They sometimes have pink eyes, claws, and noses.

In a habitat with predators, these animals may stand out from their environment in dangerous ways, but white wallabies can thrive in zoos and places like Bruny Island.

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