- Red-Necked wallabies lick their hands and forearms in hot weather to release their body heat so they do not over heat internally
- These animals have a muscular tail that assists them in jumping and retaining balance. This is important for the proper movement of the wallaby.
- Red-Necked wallabies have two large hind legs with elastic tendons that allows them to spring back up after they hit the ground. These elastic tendons allow the wallaby to move quickly to speeds up to 64km per hour which assist them in escaping from predators.
- This animal is also able to retain water by reabsorbing urea in the kidneys. This is important for survival in dry environments and when there is a shortage of water.