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FABULOUS SARAH – PRINCESS OF MANHATTAN ACC – After 10 years surrendered by her owner due to PERS. PROBLEMS. On intake Sarah (A1097476) was very well behaved. She sat once her owner left, and while waiting her tail was wagging the entire time. In the park Sarah did her kangaroo hop – there is nothing that says ‘senior’. Sarah is friendly with children, fun, affectionate, housetrained, PERFECT IN EVERY WAY. She won the hearts of staff and volunteers! ♥…


Tree-Kangaroos are macropods (Marsupials including kangaroos and wallabees) found in New Guinea, Queensland and nearby islands who have adapted to spending most of their lives in trees with stronger forelimbs and longer tails than their earth bound relatives and are able to leap 30m from one tree to another and climb by sliding their forearms while being propelled upwards by their hind legs. They are slow and clumsy on the ground. They weigh up to 30lbs…


How We Got Up Close With Australia's Birds of Prey

The majestic wedge-tail eagle. More than 260 bird species call Kangaroo Island home, and it is here that you have the unique opportunity to get up close and personal with Australia’s most impressive birds of prey. Click through to post for more photos.


Kangaroo tail with Jerusalem artichokes

Kangaroo tail with Jerusalem artichokes | “In the Spanish bullfighting town of Cordoba, this dish would traditionally use bull’s tail. Whether you agree with bullfighting or not, this braise is great because it uses parts of the animal that would otherwise go to waste. In Australia however, it makes sense to use kangaroo but you will probably need to order the tails ahead of time from your butcher, or you can use oxtail instead.” Shane Delia, Shane Delia’s Moorish Spice Journey

horse tail & aginozantha (kangaroo paw): good combination. Hmm, I would never plant horse tail but chondropetalum sure.


Endangered Species: Bridled Nail-tailed Wallaby of Australia was thought to be extinct until 1973 when a small population was found. Conservation efforts were put into place, but the species is still endangered. There are only about 500 in the world.


RED KANGAROO....the largest of the marsupials native to Australia....a head/body length of 3.25 to 5.25 feet, a tail length of 35.5 to 43.5 inches, and a weight of around 200 pounds....the national animal and emblem of Australia....well-known for their ability to jump phenomenal distances....15 feet in a single hop....20 mph is their "cruising" speed