Pademelons are small marsupials. They are usually found in forests. Pademelons are some of the smallest of the macropods.

Pademelons, wallabies, and kangaroos are very alike in body structure, and the three names refer to the three different size groups. Besides their smaller size, pademelons can be distinguished from wallabies by their shorter, thicker, and sparsely haired tails. Like wallabies, they ambulate by hopping.

More information on Pademelon can be found on Wikipedia.

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