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any of several herbivorous leaping marsupials of Australia and New Guinea having large powerful hind legs and a long thick tail

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For example, recovery of native vegetation inside kangaroo exclosures in Hattah-Kulkyne National Park has shown that large uncontrolled populations of Western Grey Kangaroo reduce biodiversity (Cheal 1986).
Overall, both reports found comparable weights and density of bones, with this analysis extending the faunal collection recording a total of 18 species, including the Grey Kangaroo and Tasmanian Emu.
The four-year-old eastern grey kangaroo rolled Len Richards on to his side and raised the alarm.
However, a western grey kangaroo, which is blind in one eye, came to the rescue by knocking on the farmhouse doors three times before leading the farmer's wife to her injured husband lying under a tree about 200 meters away, the newspaper reported.
It should be noted, however, that Black Wallaby Wallabia bicolor and Eastern Grey Kangaroo Macropus giganteus were both recorded in Corhanwarrabul Wetlands, the southernmost reserve in Dandenong Valley parklands.
Skippy was a female Eastern Grey Kangaroo and she was a star.
Not only could Skippy understand humans, but this female eastern grey kangaroo could communicate back with her trademark 'tchk tchk tchk' noise.
I was leading the way and around halfway there I spotted a big grey kangaroo sitting out the heat of the day under some scrub just off the road.
So the grey kangaroo was chased right across the desert in the western side through the basin into the salt water.
Lulu, a four-year-old eastern grey kangaroo, raised the alarm after Len Richards was knocked cold by a falling tree branch on his cattle ranch 112 miles east of Melbourne, last September.
Vet Michael Lynch shot the eastern grey kangaroo with a tranquilliser gun in a park on the outskirts of Melbourne.
These include investigating Chlamydia and Beak and Feather Disease circovirus infections in psittacines, botulism in waterbirds, reviewing Eastern Grey Kangaroo and Southern Brown Bandicoot investigations and undertaking disease risk assessments.
On Thursday, ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal will inspect the designated reserves as territory government plans to cull more than 1600 eastern grey kangaroo.