Australia’s first mass wallaby relocation was such a huge success that it’s secured funding for future wallaby conservation. The relocation, which was previously thought to be impossible, was done by not-for-profit @theagileprojectofficial by carefully managing some 400 wallabies’ stress and behaviour. Moving from Trinity Beach in Cairns, the wallaby population had grown too big for the area, leading to car strikes, dog attacks and other negative effects. The success of this relocation has secured funding from the local council for a second mass relocation. You too can help The Agile Project by donating online. Just $50 will pay for a months worth of food and milk formula.