Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

A western grey kangaroo crosses salt lakes in Australia's Murray-Sunset National Park. (Photo by Christian Spencer).

"You see, no one was ever kind to him. Trouble followed him like a dark cloud. One day, he just hopped away."

A fairly solitary animal, the KANGAROO is the largest of the marsupials native to Australia. There are three main species of kangaroo in existence today: the red kangaroo, the Eastern grey kangaroo, and the western grey kangaroo. The national animal and emblem of Australia, they are well-known for their ability to jump phenomenal distances and for the deep pouch in which to carry their young, called a joey.

Australia the most popular country on Instagram

©Kara Rosenlund Happy Easter..... four days of the good stuff.... Are you rested? Topped back up? ... Timothy O and I headed out of town for the holiday stretch and went camping over the border into New South Wales. No reception and no showers for four days.... off. the. grid.... eeek.... the way life used to be... ... After driving down the dirt track we set up camp on the fringes of this beach in the national park camping grounds, surrounded by banksias, air whipped sand and…

I don't really feel like much needs to be said about this photo because of the cuteness factor, lots of these guys on Kangaroo Island, Australia.

Wallaby Joey ........Native of Australia. Can go over 30feet in one hop. When standing they can use their tail as a third leg. They are very shy and are often nocturnal animals. Adult males are called buck, boomer or jack. Adult females are called doe, flyer, roo or jill. Babies are called joeys. A group of roos is called a mob. Natives of AUSTRALIA