New Guinea tree kangaroo

This large tree kangaroo named after the British biologist Walter Goodfellow and lives exclusively on the island of New Guinea, located between the continents of Eurasia and Australia. Such species are called endemic.

Goodfellow Kangaroo inhabits in the tropical forests of the island, located in the midlands and highlands. This kind of comes together in a group and lives alone. Moreover, the most active clock fall overnight. Kangaroo Goodfellow refers to an endangered species. Important role in this was played by the local people, who value the meat of the animal and regularly organized to hunt him. This species of kangaroo is no problem to move from tree to tree. As you can imagine, this animal has to climb the trees themselves. Kangaroo Goodfellow considered smart enough.



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