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Mystery rogue kangaroo on the loose in Austria

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Eldorado

A rogue?  Just because it's Australian doesn't mean it's a criminal.

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Astra.

Aww, the poor baby looks terribly lost. I hope the proper authorities are able to capture him safely. He belongs back here.. in his own country. 

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Astra.
1 minute ago, Eldorado said:

A rogue?  Just because it's Australian doesn't mean it's a criminal.

Yes, he's not a rogue....just a lost kangaroo.

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AllPossible

Maybe he typed in the wrong address on Google Maps. Austria / Australia. 

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Timothy
3 hours ago, Astra. said:

Yes, he's not a rogue....just a lost kangaroo.

Scared and alone.

It’s a good time of year though, warm, hopefully it’s having a good time; However I do not think that an Australian marsupial would be able to survive a european winter out of captivity. 

If they can’t catch it in the warmer months, it will become more docile as winter approaches.

2 hours ago, AllPossible said:

Maybe he typed in the wrong address on Google Maps. Austria / Australia. 

It’s happened before, it will happen again. 

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Robotic Jew

Isn't Austria the only place Kangaroos exist? I'm confused....

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Stiff

Austria      (Where kangaroo's don't normally live)

Australia   (Where kangaroo's live)

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TripGun

Tools needed for capture are as follows:

1. A trap

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Jon the frog

Chupacabra !

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Varelse

People and their exotic pets will never learn. With enough sightings a good tracker should be able to scent (if it's male) and bait a good spot. There's probably some rich people in Austria who know which one is hiding or missing a kangaroo.  

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Kingbadger2

This is a joke straight from dumb and dumber right!? 

I hope they catch the poor guy. Shouldn't have to suffer just because he misspelled his home country when he booked his ticket.

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Resume

It's pining for the fjords.

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openozy

Looks like a larger type wallaby.If more get out they will breed and become a pest there.There are wild wallaby populations in the UK that are doing well.Over here atm the farmers have been given rights to shoot large numbers of roos due to drought.

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Impedancer

Austria home of the Alps,  yodeling  funny hats and lederhosen, skiing, and kangaroos... looks like someone had an illigal pet and got tired of it and just let it out or it did escape :-(
 

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Jon the frog

One Kangaroo in Austria and they have a clear video of it, but why we don't have more than blurry and shaky video of a bigfoot when we are supposed to have a breeding population in North america... just why?

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DanL

Now THAT is a real big foot!! I bet the first people that saw it were treated like nuts.

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Sir Wearer of Hats
On 11/09/2018 at 3:23 AM, Resume said:

It's pining for the fjords.

If it’s Australian, it’s be pining for the Fords.

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