Order : Diprotodontia
Family : Macropodidae
Genus : Dendrolagus
Animals in the genus Dendrolagus
|Doria's tree kangaroo|
|Lumholtz's tree kangaroo|
Facts about the genus Dendrolagus, the tree kangaroos
Avian Tuberculosis in Tree Kangaroos is an example.
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After young Matschies tree kangaroos are weaned they will go off alone and establish a home range.
Matschie's tree kangaroos are quite different from the larger, more familiar land-hoppers: In fact, her kangaroos tend to eschew hopping altogether.
The lowland rainforest, which is considered crucial habitat for cassowaries and bennett's tree kangaroos, is being cleared to make way for grazing.
Tree kangaroos are primarily threatened by hunting for meat and habitat destruction from logging, mining, oil exploration and agriculture.
Hunting, including that of tree-kangaroos, is important to some local tribes both for sustenance and for cultural reasons (Newell, 1999). (Full text)
Tree kangaroos are macropods adapted for aboreal life. (Wiki)
In Papua tree kangaroos are known as lau-lau and are different from "kuskus" (the cuscus family). (Full text)
But studying tree-kangaroos is no easy task. (Full text)
Tree kangaroos are relatives of regular kangaroos. (Full text)
Tail lashing, when seen in captive tree-kangaroos is generally associated with arousal or annoyance (Ganslosser, 1977). (Full text)