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Heysen Trail

Uploaded by: kgb007

Sunday October 23, 2011

Cape Jervis, Australia

Caption: Wild kangaroo interrupted having lunch!

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2. kgb007
11:10 AM GMT on October 24, 2011
Hi Suzi

Thanks for comment! Have had alot of rain in recent times, the roos have bred in huge numbers, especially in outback Australia! So there are plenty around! People overseas don't realise how numerous they are, they can get quite problematic, especially for landholders as they compete for livestock feed! They are beautiful animals, although you must be wary, as they can attack and have very sharp claws and powerful hind feet! Most of the time they are docile and ignore you! :)
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1. suzi46
11:02 AM GMT on October 24, 2011
not too often we see a 'wild' kangaroo here in the States..LOL!! great shot..:)
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