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Originally from Eastern Australia and Tasmania, this species has been introduced to New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, and Germany.
Bennett’s Wallabies are mainly solitary, but will group together when there is an abundance of resources. When they come together, they create a social hierarchy similar to other species of wallabies.
Bennett’s Wallabies are mostly nocturnal.
Bennett’s Wallabies are not very vocal, tending to use actions and body language to communicate, but they will growl, chatter, and hiss if provoked. They cool off by licking their paws and forearms when they are hot.