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One of the police shot a large cassowary, and also a large wild pig and a wallaby, so there was plenty of food for all.
We also saw wallaby, and numerous tracks of cassowary and wild pig.
The Fitzroy wallaby was plentiful, and the Leader shot an emeu.
THE OVERLAND EXPEDITION OF THE MESSRS. JARDINEFRANK JARDINE AND ALEXANDER JARDINE
The wallaby is a smaller kind of kangaroo which is also hunted.
TOWN LIFE IN AUSTRALIAR. E. N. (RICHARD) TWOPENY
There is no sign of life or what has been life, except here and there the roasted carcase of a wallaby or kangaroo.
AUSTRALIAN PICTURESHOWARD WILLOUGHBY
Kangaroo and wallaby hunts, shooting and fishing parties, were arranged to fill up the time in spare days.
Soon the news of these bands "on the wallaby" at the call of country caught the imagination of the whole nation.
It had also given some to the Native Bear, and Wallaby, and in consequence the whole air was laden with the odour of eucalyptus.
DOT AND THE KANGAROOETHEL C. PEDLEY
The floor is covered with wallaby bones, and in the immediate vicinity are quantities of osseous breccia.
A considerable amount of leather is now produced in Australia from the skins of kangaroo, wallaby and other marsupials.

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