Scientific name: Macropus robustus (ssp robustus and ssp erubescens) Common name: Wallaroo / Euro The Wallaroo or Euro as a mature male can weigh in around 40 kg the female 20kg. Euros are stockier than the Greys and Reds,and tend to be independent with a sometimes aggressive nature.   The coat colour varies from a dark, rich red in the males to varying shades of grey in females.   The coat has a hair-like texture and in some individuals can be very long. (When males are sterilised they lose their rich, red coat colour and assume the colouring of the females.) E uros have a naked, leathery nose, which is also evident in furless joeys. The characteristic “cch cch” sound of the wallaroo joey is a means of recognition for mother and joey.  

The Euro or Wallaroo

Crispy the euro rescued from the Gawler ranges South Aust. Crispy the euro rescued from the Gawler ranges South Aust.

The Euro or Wallaroo

Scientific name: Macropus robustus (ssp robustus and ssp erubescens) Common name: Wallaroo / Euro The Wallaroo or Euro as a mature male can weigh in around 40 kg the female 20kg. Euros are stockier than the Greys and Reds,and tend to be independent with a sometimes aggressive nature.   The coat colour varies from a dark, rich red in the males to varying shades of grey in females.   The coat has a hair-like texture and in some individuals can be very long. (When males are sterilised they lose their rich, red coat colour and assume the colouring of the females.) Euros have a naked, leathery nose, which is also evident in furless joeys. The characteristic “cch cch” sound of the wallaroo joey is a means of recognition for mother and joey.  
Crispy the euro rescued from the Gawler ranges South Aust. Crispy the euro rescued from the Gawler ranges South Aust.
Scientific name: Macropus robustus (ssp robustus and ssp erubescens) Common name: Wallaroo / Euro The Wallaroo or Euro as a mature male can weigh in around 40 kg the female 20kg. Euros are stockier than the Greys and Reds,and tend to be independent with a sometimes aggressive nature.   The coat colour varies from a dark, rich red in the males to varying shades of grey in females.   The coat has a hair-like texture and in some individuals can be very long. (When males are sterilised they lose their rich, red coat colour and assume the colouring of the females.) Euros have a naked, leathery nose, which is also evident in furless joeys. The characteristic “cch cch” sound of the wallaroo joey is a means of recognition for mother and joey.  

The Euro or Wallaroo

Crispy the euro rescued from the Gawler ranges South Aust. Crispy the euro rescued from the Gawler ranges South Aust.