We live with these creatures near us every day.That is either a very small (young) Kangaroo or Wallaby and it is unusually lethargic, ill, orphaned or domesticated into the bargain.Large male kangaroos can exceed that guy's height by 200mm, are uncomfortable with humans approaching them and can growl and turn agressive if cornered. They are armed with curved claws 50mm long on their powerful hind legs and, if upset, attempt to grab hold with their forepaws and quickly disembowel you.My advice is to keep at least 20m away from those in the wild and be cautious with those in wildlife parks.
That's a baby, probably a tame one. Let's see him try and get a wild adult larger than him into a shopping bag!
And he's lucky a dropbear didn't jump him.
WAIT! It's a LIE! EVERYTHING IN AUSTRALIA CAN KILL YOU! EVEN KANGAS!
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