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Unnamed spotting

Description:

Some sort of Kangaroo species. But seeminly to small for any gray kangaroo subspecies. (very small only about 1 meter or less standing fully upright)

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Red Kangaroo
Macropus rufus Red Kangaroo


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6 Comments

lori.tas
lori.tas 9 years ago

Haven't you noticed Chiquita, all of world covets our wildlife. I see so many spotting of Australian flora and fauna in other countries, and I want to say, "hey, give that back" ;)

Chicquita
Chicquita 9 years ago

What are they doing in the States :) ???

lori.tas
lori.tas 9 years ago

No problem, we have a few of the Forrester Kangaroos left in Tasmania. They are a subspecies of the grey and easily the tallest. I've see a few boofy boys that were nearly two meters tall. http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/314...

ChandlerSharp
ChandlerSharp 9 years ago

Ah ok, thanks.

lori.tas
lori.tas 9 years ago

Chandler, slight clarification. The Reds get much heavier, but the Greys (aka Eastern) actually grow taller.

ChandlerSharp
ChandlerSharp 9 years ago

These are red kangaroos. They normally grow larger than grays.

Golden Jackal
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St. Louis, Missouri, USA

Spotted on Nov 27, 2011
Submitted on Nov 27, 2011

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