Waru, the rescue kangaroo joey does his best Tyrannosaurus Rex impersonation
Waru is still very young so spends most of his time in the pouch.
He spends just a few minutes a day learning how to stand up.
“NOTE: In the rare situation a megatsunami washes a T. rex into your path, you won’t be carrying a weapon large enough to hurt it. If it’s intent on eating you, it will eat you. However, you will be killed by the coolest dinosaur ever. Most people go their whole lives without ever seeing a T. rex in person. Do you know how lucky you are?”
― Andrew Shaffer, How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters: Fight Back When Monsters and Mother Nature Attack
The Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs, Australia
baby joeys, sinead and bob
not quite ready to face another monday
credits: kangaroo sanctuary, alice springs, australia
broiga and an abandoned joey who he named roger.
at the kangaroo rescue sanctuary in alice springs
‘here’s my little boy roger today at sunset. he is standing on his tail, muscles flexed, looking me in the eye and ready to box! big male kangaroos are expert kick boxers. enjoy your boxing day.’