That is adorable. I want one.
@Anonymous Jack III, a plastic bag?
@Chimera Ant, they are pretty common in the wild. They like to run around on windy days so that's your best bet on finding them. However they can be fast when it's windy so good luck!
@Einhardt, I saw your comment as one of the 2 top comments and didn't see the one you replied to, I was like that's really interesting why do kangaroos run around on windy days then I realized you meant the bag
@Reztent, haha I could see how that would be a bit confusing
And that, friends, is the easiest way to suffocate a kangaroo.
@Toad, thats sooooo.... eviiil
I assume that's how they do it with their mothers pouch aswell?
@SuperHitler, yes, this is a demonstration with the father's removable pouch, you can tell its the father by the knee exposure and comfortable shoe choice
@SuperHitler, from what I heard they only get out for a certain amount of time before they want back in the pouch and that amount of time increases as they get older. The one in the gif could be orphaned since they usually carry those in bags
@Leprechaun Giant, That's how i feel when i leave my couch fort.
@sweaterpuppies, Your profile picture messed with my head.
Well it looks like that kangaroo got...jacked...where is the commenter when I need him?
That's a baby wallaby! I was just watching a documentary on this tonight. There are a lot of wallaby orphans because their moms get hit by cars. Since they are marsupials, they live in a pouch, so caretakers actually put the little baby wallabies in homemade fabric pouches to make them feel safe and help their development :)
OMG I WANT ONE
I'll take 20!
Awwe how cute, no wait. Nuts.