Matschie's Tree Kangaroos' love of leaves, especially cloud forest flora such as Saurauia madrensis, qualifies them as folivores (herbivores specializing in eating leaves).
Saurauia madrensis at University of California Botanical Garden, Berkeley, California: Stan Shebs, CC BY SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons @ https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Saurauia_madrensis_2.jpg
Matschie's Tree Kangaroo (Dendrolagus matschiei), also known as Huon Tree Kangaroo, with joey's head, paw, and tail peeking out from pouch
Bronx Zoo, New York City: Cyndy Sims Parr (cyanocorax), CC BY-SA 2.0, via Flickr @ https://www.flickr.com/photos/cyanocorax/1088199169/
Matschie's Tree Kangaroo synecology: Raggiana Bird of Paradise (Paradisaea raggiana), flamboyant national bird of Papua New Guinea
illustration by Joseph Wolf (January 21, 1820 – April 20, 1899); lithography by Joseph Smit (July 18, 1836 – November 4, 1929); printing by M and N Hanhart
D.G. Elliot, A monograph of the Paradiseidae or birds of paradise (1873), Plate III: Public Domain, via Biodiversity Heritage Library @ https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/44792727
Ancient fossil reefs rise, now as cliff faces, to heights of 82 feet (25 meters) along coastal Huon Peninsula, homeland of Matschie's Tree Kangaroos.
Huon Peninsula, northeastern Papua New Guinea: ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies (CoralCoE), CC BY-ND 2.0, via Flickr @ https://www.flickr.com/photos/coralcoe/6387028641/
Matschie's Tree Kangaroo ecosystem: Finisterre Ranges of northeastern Papua New Guinea's Huon Peninsula, with altitude of 13,620 feet (4150 meters) and prominence
Finisterre Range was scene of fierce fighting between Australian and Japanese forces during WWII's Finisterre Range campaign (September 19, 1943 – April 24, 1944).
38 Squadron Caribou A4-275, cruising at 10,000 feet (3048 meters), is still beneath Finisterre Ranges.: mashleymorgan, CC BY SA 2.0, via Flickr @ https://www.flickr.com/photos/mashleymorgan/3862017632/