On my bucket list of places to visit is Bruny Island off the coast of the Australian island state Tasmania. R rolls his eyes when he asks me where we should go for a holiday, and I repeat ad nauseam, Perth, New Zealand or Tasmania. Ok, R has been to all three in the past and I have been to two, not Perth.
What is there to see on Bruny Island? I have no idea, but seeing an albino wallaby is not a bad reason to visit. Note, the clip says kangaroo, but it is clearly a wallaby.
Kangaroo is big, red and grey.
Wallaroo is smaller, looks more like a large wallaby.
Wallaby is much smaller, swamp, rock and many more, including several varieties called paddymelons, which are ever so cute.
This chap, or chapess wallaby is ultra alert. Their natural enemy would be the Australian dingo but a grown sized kangaroo can effectively deal with them. I am not sure about wallabies. There may have been the now extinct Tasmanian Tigers on the island too, which could have been a wallaby predator.