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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Memphis Zoo says the wallaby that went missing after this week’s severe weather caused an exhibit to flood has been found.

Memphis Zoo says the 2-year-old wallaby, named Honey Bunch, was found in the service yard near Rainbow Lake on zoo property.

In a statement released Friday morning, the Memphis Zoo says zookeepers spotted new tracks this morning that led them to the wallaby.

photo courtesy of the Memphis Zoo

Honeycrisp went missing after flooding from Lick Creek forced zoo staff to evacuate the KangaZoo Exhibit. The staff attempted to move 22 kangaroos and four wallabies during the storm.

When the staff got the animals to the animal hospital, they realized one of the wallabies was missing. The zoo says the wallaby was missing for about 36 hours.

The zoo says Honey Bunch is back with his group at the animal hospital and will be examined by the zoo’s senior vet.

The wallaby was found near the area where the Memphis Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired is hosting a beeping Easter egg hunt.

The event, which is hosted in partnership with Shelby County Sheriff’s Office, is scheduled to be held at Rainbow Lake Pavilion in Overton Park from 9 a.m. until noon Friday.

Now Matt Thompson, Memphis Zoo’s deputy director says they plan to reevaluate where the wallabies are kept.

“We will again look at the area to make sure it is safe. If there is any hint of flooding we will take different actions perhaps moves the animals. In the future we may or may not use this piece of land,” Thompson said.

It’s unclear when the zoo plans on making a decision about the wallabies’ future home. Once those plans are finalized, we will let you know.