Red-necked wallabies are marsupials living on the ground. Hind limbs are remarkably stronger and longer than the front limbs. Hind legs don’t have the first toe and forth toe has evolved very strong. The long and strong tail helps the wallaby to stand and steer when jumping. Inhabits eucalyptus forests filled with daylight eating off the grasslands on the edge of the forests. Eats grass, leaves, fruits and tree barks. Survives pretty long without water. One or two descendants are born at a time who spend 9 months in the pouch. Lives up to 18 years. The species has been successfully introduced in New Zealand and Great Britain.