Willow Wallaby explores her surroundings, keeping her mother’s pouch nearby, as other friendly animals join her in a wallaby waltz.

Final 3 Dragon Breaths: 7:05

Narrator: Female

Wallaby Waltz Excerpt:

The wallabies enjoyed some fresh green grasses and some sweet and delicate flowers. With a full belly, Willow felt curiosity encouraging her to explore. A butterfly landed on her nose and then fluttered away. The little wallaby leapt about following the butterfly. As the colorful bug settled onto the high branch of a tree, the little wallaby noticed what seemed to be a couple of furry rocks rolling towards her. Alarmed she stomped her foot and quickly hopped back into her mother’s pouch. Willow mother chuckled and said, “It’s ok Willow. Meet Willie and Wylie Wombat.”

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