Skip to comments.Into The Wild: The Elusive Tree Kangaroo (video)
Posted on 09/07/2010 9:50:11 AM PDT by EveningStar
The endangered tree kangaroo of Papua New Guinea captured on film.
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It looks like they had a one minute commercial before the video starts, I’ll pass.
The news sites almost always do. I usually do something else or open a new browser page and come back later. If you miss the beginning, you can always go back to the start.
I know where I can easily buy one for about $100. I don’t see why anyone would really want one. All they do is eat and poop. Sort of like Caligula when he was in Indonesia, too.
Cool. She is cute.
Bookmark for home viewing.
It was only 30 seconds, but I sympathize. 15 seconds is OK for me. 30 seconds is a bit long, but the norn. One minute is excessive, but not as common.
norn = norm
Pretty cool, altho it seems like this would be awfully stressful for that animal. Being chased out of the tree that is, not watching the video.
I don’t do television and so I also try not to play the TV game on the net, I prefer to stay with videos that are commercial free, or at least not directly tied to a despised TV network advertisement.
What a cutie!
Amazing that she was docile after being captured.
yeah, that’s a pretty cool video. We had chances to buy tree kangas on numerous occasions in our 25 years living there. Instead, we kept a bunch of various constrictor snakes. Green trees pythons, and brown pythons. They are also very interesting. Very docile, and can be handled easily if you are careful, gentle and slow with them. But when we’d put a live rat in the cage these snakes were fast as lightning when they decided they needed a meal - which would usually last them about 2 weeks. Lots and lots of very cool animals on the island of New Guinea.
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