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"You see, no one was ever kind to him. Trouble followed him like a dark cloud. One day, he just hopped away."

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Adorable Orphaned Kangaroo Hugs Teddy Bear In Viral Photo. We Can't Make This Stuff Up

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Western Grey Kangaroo (Australia)Joel Durbridge The western grey kangaroo is a large and very common kangaroo or macropod, found across almost the entire southern part of Australia, from just south of Shark Bay to coastal South Australia, Western ... Wikipedia

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Second day in Oz and we got to hang out with baby kangaroos on campus! Their fur is so soft!

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Cape Hillsborough with the Kangaroos

Abundant wildlife and nature walks make this a nature lover’s paradise. Walking trails, some with spectacular views over the coast, range from 1 to 5 km long. To see more great pictures of Australia visit http://travelandwildlifephotography.com/

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Baby orphaned Kangaroo plays at The Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs

Daddy's little joey: The little orphaned kangaroo Indi getting hugs from Chris 'Brogla' Barns

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Kangaroo with a Joey (baby) in her pouch | Six Unique Animals of Australia | destination go

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Help reunite a family for Christmas! Please click on the link and VOTE to send my mother and I to Australia to see my sisters (who live there) and my mothers first grandchild for his first Christmas! Thanks for the support! http://aussieexperiences.com/contest/entry/melbourne-danielle-simeonoff/

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"Kangaroo" at the Outback Kangaroo Farm, Arlington, Washington [Photo by Sweendo (Sean Sweeney) - November 14 2009]

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A fairly solitary animal, the KANGAROO is the largest of the marsupials native to Australia. There are three main species of kangaroo in existence today: the red kangaroo, the Eastern grey kangaroo, and the western grey kangaroo. The national animal and emblem of Australia, they are well-known for their ability to jump phenomenal distances and for the deep pouch in which to carry their young, called a joey.

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