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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)
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" ;)
What are they doing in the States :) ???
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...
Ah ok, thanks.
Chandler, slight clarification. The Reds get much heavier, but the Greys (aka Eastern) actually grow taller.
These are red kangaroos. They normally grow larger than grays.
Spotted on Nov 27, 2011 Submitted on Nov 27, 2011
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