Bennett’s wallaby clumped droppings.
The clumped droppings are formed when the separate faecal pellets adhere together into an elongated cylindical form. The size depend on how many pellets have stuck together. The pellets themselves are often a flattened square shape in cross section but can be more elongated and round or pear-shaped, and are about 25-30 mm long and 15 mm wide.
Drawing: by Sonia Frimmel