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Definition of Macropod
MacropodMacropod Mac"ro*pod, n. [Macro- + -pod.] (Zo["o]l.)
Any one of a group of maioid crabs remarkable for the length
of their legs; -- called also spider crab.
Meaning of Macropod from wikipedia
to: Macropodidae, a marsupial family which includes
kangaroos, wallabies, tree-kangaroos, pademelons, and several others
- Macropod hybrids
of animals within
Macropodidae, which includes kangaroos
and wallabies. Several macropod hybrids
have been experimentally...
of the genus
Setonix, is a small macropod about
the size of a domestic
cat. Like other marsupials
in the macropod family
(such as kangaroos
- The kangaroo
is a marsupial
from the family Macropodidae
"large foot"). In common
use the term is used to describe
is a common
name for several species
of moderately large macropods
in size between
and the wallabies. The word "wallaroo"...
- A wallaby
(/ˈwɒləbi/) is a small
or middle-sized macropod native
and New Guinea, with introduced
po****tions in New Zealand, the United
- These genera
to the suborder
Macropodiformes, containing other macropods
, and are native
to the Australian continent
- also known
as the euro, hill wallaroo, or simply wallaroo
is a species
. The word euro is particularly applied
to one subspecies
(O. r. erubescens)...
- urogenital sinus
in both females
and males. Most male marsupials, except
moles, have a bifurcated
into two columns...
- The swamp wallaby
(Wallabia bicolor) is a small macropod marsupial
Australia. This wallaby
is also commonly known
as the black
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