Translation of wallaby in Spanish:


ualabí, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwɒləbi//ˈwɑləbi/

nounPlural wallabies

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    ualabí masculine
    • The potoroids are a family of diprotodont marsupials believed to be closely allied with the kangaroos and wallabies and sometimes grouped as a subfamily within that family.
    • Other animals to be included in the Night Safari project include 40 from Australia, including kangaroos, koalas and wallabies, as well as 1,700 animals from Thailand's own national parks.
    • In the wild, its main food supply consists of small wallabies and kangaroos, birds, lizards and probably frogs and crayfish.
    • When I was a child I can remember I had kangaroo rats, wallabies, wallaroos, brush wallabies, all different marsupials as pets, and they were really very, very interesting.
    • The mammals the researchers studied were the platypus, echidna, opossum, wallaby, hedgehog, mouse, rat, rabbit, cow, pig, bat, tree shrew, colugo, ringtail lemur, and humans.
    • So the cassowaries, kookaburras, koalas, kangaroos, crocodiles and wallabies that one goes to Australia in the hope of seeing are all there.
    • It is also my first chance to see the wonderfully unique wildlife here; kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, pademelons, possums, and various unique birds.
    • At dusk pademelons and wallabies come out while sugar gliders float through the forest canopy.
    • And all these animals lived there-big glider possums, pygmy possums, koalas, kangaroos and wallabies, wombats, platypus, just everything in the trees, on the ground and in the creeks.
    • Famous for its unusual cuisine, the Red Ochre Grill in Alice Springs specialises in Australian delicacies such as kangaroo, wallaby, emu, camel, crocodile, barramundi and yabbies.
    • For many years the island's white beaches were stained with the blood of tens of thousands of whales, seals, kangaroos, wallabies and possums.
    • Outdoors I came over all goofy while hand-feeding wallabies and kangaroos.
    • We still got an opossum, a red kangaroo, a Bennett wallaby, too, and millipedes, and a kookaburra, whatever that is.
    • Around us, free-ranging mobs of Forester kangaroos and Bennett's wallabies roam between the various animal pens.
    • This episode deals with the different types of animals featured in the outback, including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, and other fuzzy, cute animals running around Australia.
    • At Cohunu Wildlife Park in Kelmscott you can wander right among the kangaroos and wallabies.
    • So the extension of the term ‘marsupial’ is the set of all marsupials: kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, and so on.
    • We've had a lot of problems with kangaroos and wallabies, but we're working towards that now.
    • Call it what you will, the Tasmanian Tiger still has more in common with its Australian marsupial cousins, such as kangaroos, wallabies, and koalas, than with actual tigers, wolves, or hyenas.
    • After seeing a fox, wallabies thumped their hind feet in alarm, suppressed foraging, and increased looking.