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Today, a fun fact about a unique animal. You’ve heard of a Kangaroo and you’ve probably heard of a Wallaby, but have you ever heard of a Wallaroo? You’re about to. A Wallaroo is a common name for several species of moderately large macropods, which comprises more than 50 species all native to Australia. They are sized between the larger kangaroos and the smaller wallabies and are a distinct species which include the common wallaroo, the black wallaroo and the antilopine wallaroo. That last one can either be an antilopine kangaroo or an antilopine wallaby, depending on their size.