Thursday, 17 April 2008

Skippy



Contrary to popular beliefs, kangaroos, wallabies and native wildlife of Australia do not run around the streets or in backyards . The only place I have seen a koala is in the zoo, never seen one in the wild. Today at work, the boss and I had to do pick up and delivery of a vehicle, we both was just as fascinated by seeing the above wallabies as any tourist would of been. These was taken at Flying Fish Point where the rainforest meets the Pacific Ocean.

8 comments:

Semaj Mahgih said...

I'll point the Russkies to this next time. They're forever asking if they run down the streets.

CherryPie said...

Oooh! I bet that was a lovely surprise :-)

Nunyaa said...

It was, I just wanted to get ut and pat one Lol.

Colin Campbell said...

I want one for a pet. I saw some earlier in the week just on the outskirts of the suburban area I live in. I love that about being further out of town.

CherryPie said...

It reminds me of when I first saw a wild red squirrel :-)

LordSomber said...

Do the wallabies box each other like the 'roos?

Nunyaa said...

They are not as full on as the kangaroos. I used to have a wallaby as a pet and I never seen her act like that, I will look it up and post the results in here.

LordSomber said...

I think only the male kangaroos box, though... some pre-mating display ritual ..