The Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby, previously called the Ring-tailed Wallaby, is native to rocky terrain and cliffs of a few small,
disconnected regions of south-eastern Australia.
An agile rock climber, it has special soft, clinging pads on its feet and can leap 6 metres.
It has a black line down its back (as does the Black-striped Wallaby) and a white smile line.
The black-tipped feet often look more red than yellow.
The species is threatened, previously by large-scale hunting for its fur and currently by predators such as foxes.