Definition of Tree wallaby

1. Noun. Arboreal wallabies of New Guinea and northern Australia having hind and forelegs of similar length.

Exact synonyms: Tree Kangaroo
Generic synonyms: Brush Kangaroo, Wallaby
Group relationships: Dendrolagus, Genus Dendrolagus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tree Wallaby

tree squirrel
tree stand
tree stands
tree stump
tree surgeon
tree surgery
tree swallow
tree swift
tree toad
tree tobacco
tree tomato
tree traversal
tree traversals
tree trunk
tree trunks
tree wallaby (current term)
treebank
treebanks
treebark
treebeard
treebound
treechange
treechanges
treecreeper
treecreepers
treed
treedom
treeful
treehood
treehopper

Literary usage of Tree wallaby

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1. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1898)
"This tree-wallaby is the only one I have ever seen, though I have spent many years in the Australian bush. We were just getting to the top of the range when ..."

2. Guide to Queensland by Charles Schaefer Rutlidge (1899)
"... and tree wallaby, Nail-Tail, and Hare Kangaroo, and a couple of rabbit-like animals termed respectively Bettongs and Kangaroo Eats. ..."

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