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  1. Lola
    April 21, 2012 @ 7:36 am

    Wow I never would have taken a chance to get near this kangaroo. I’m perfectly content just putting out bird feeders in my yard and watching the birds, chipmunks, squirrels, foxes, and other critters feed off of them and what is on the ground from the droppings of the bird feeders. This guy and his wife/girlfriend really took a chance feeding any of these kangaroo’s whether large or small. I would just have admired from afar. Whew, close call. Who knows, maybe the kangaroo did make an attempt to hurt one or both people once the camera stopped running. We won’t know now, unless they write into us here.


  2. Becky
    April 20, 2012 @ 9:37 pm

    My question would be to Brian: ” CAN YOU JUMP THAT FENCE ONCE THE FOOD RUNS OUT ??? “


  3. Ruby
    April 20, 2012 @ 3:34 pm

    I wonder what happened after the camera went off …


    • liz
      April 20, 2012 @ 5:08 pm

      Me too, Ruby! It was approaching the wife/camera person rapidly. They don’t like it when the food runs out………….


  4. Joy
    April 20, 2012 @ 3:16 am

    That was very fascinating. Loved it! I agree with the 3 of you, tho. It could get dangerous. Do Not Feed The Animals, should be put up on a sign. To be watched only from the car.


  5. liz
    April 19, 2012 @ 11:22 pm

    I’m with you, Al! I kept waiting for it to punch or kick him when the food ran out. When I was a teenager I had an experience with a deer doing that to me when my food ran out! They don’t punch or kick, but their hooves are very sharp. It put its front hooves on my shoulder & when I pulled away, being startled & a little frightened, it pulled off my should & ripped open my brand new pair of Keds! Wild animals who get used to being fed by humans can get aggressive. I saw a documentary about an old lady who had been feeding the wildlife & bears,in the woods just off her front porch. She finally quit, out of fear, because they were getting more aggressive. One of them attacked, killed, & fed on her.
    To me it’s best to leave the wild in the wilds, and watch them from afar. I love nature, and the beauty of wildlife, but they need to remain wild. I like the way that the people who run rehab. places to heal their illnesses &/or injuries, & if possible, prepare to release them back into the wild, preferring to not show themselves as humans, mostly with young and baby birds, especially birds of prey & mammals, so they will naturally fear humans, rather than imprint themselve on them.


  6. Al
    April 19, 2012 @ 10:35 pm

    Exactly fern they are very strong.


  7. Fern
    April 19, 2012 @ 10:26 pm

    Looks very risky to me. What happens when the “treats” run out? Roos are VERY powerful.


  8. Al
    April 19, 2012 @ 10:10 pm

    I wouldnt go anywhere near kangaroos.


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