Travel Fun Fact

Tasmanian Pademelon

The Tasmanian Pademelon though nocturnal, spend their days in thick forest and can be seen around many state parks feeding on grass in cleared areas. Like kangaroos and wallabies, they are members of the Macropodidae family (meaning large foot). They are herbivore marsupials but much smaller and stockier than their kangaroo cousins who also travel by swift hopping. Read more about the Tasmanian wildlife we encountered in our post, Tent Camping in Tasmania.

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