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N 33 B 3.1K C 192 E Jan 25, 2010 F Apr 28, 2014
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This kangaroo has ? cataract. Both eyes appear opaque. It is a wonder it still can trot about ...

This image is included in a gallery "ANIMALS (6)" curated by Namaki dominiquesainthilaire.

Tags:   Westerfolds Park Victoria Australia blind morning concordians nature closetonature marsupial macropodidae summer cataract wildlife National Geographic red kangaroo macropus rufus in gallery

N 114 B 2.4K C 189 E Nov 28, 2021 F Nov 30, 2021
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This image is included in 2 galleries:- 1) "animaux RW" curated by erwan 2949 and 2) "POETRIES@poeticpacific" by Poetic Pacific.

Mrs Kangaroo is carrying a joey in her pouch.

Tags:   red kangaroo joey pouch marsupial macropus rufus Macropodidae backlit Mullum Mullum Trail tall weed grass silver grass Victoria Australia Nature National Geographic Telephoto lens Macro photography close-up Wildlife closetonature Concordians narrow depth of field Spring evening trotting in motion geo tagged female wild animal in gallery

N 31 B 2.3K C 187 E Feb 16, 2010 F Apr 29, 2014
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Tags:   evening Westerfolds Park Victoria Australia concordians marsupial macropodidae nature wildlife sidelit Summer National Geographic red kangaroo macropus rufus closetonature NGC NPC

N 78 B 5.9K C 366 E Mar 14, 2011 F Mar 10, 2016
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This image is included in 3 galleries :- 1) "More Magnificent Macropods" curated by GrooDee, 2)"Wonderbare Tierwelt 6 - Wonderful Animals 6" by Gerhard Geissier and 3) "Amazing Wildlife by Ron Harbin.

The kangaroo is a marsupial from the family Macropodidae (macropods, meaning "large foot"). In common use the term is used to describe the largest species from this family, especially those of the genus Macropus: the red kangaroo, antilopine kangaroo, eastern grey kangaroo, and western grey kangaroo. Kangaroos are endemic to Australia. The Australian government estimates that 34.3 million kangaroos lived within the commercial harvest areas of Australia in 2011, up from 25.1 million one year earlier. (sourced from Wikipedia)

Tags:   nature closetonature concordians Autumn evening Victoria Australia marsupial macropodidae Candlebark Park wildlife red kangaroo macropus rufus close-up sidelit National Geographic leaping in gallery

N 17 B 2.9K C 109 E Jul 9, 2010 F Apr 29, 2016
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On the beach, a group of youth are practising football - more for fun than actual practice. In a frantic attempt to catch the ball in mid-air, the horizon has become a slope ......

The sky is grey
The sea not too blue
The horizon is wonky
The ball is sanquine
Winter sun is weak
How far would this traverse
In the direction
Of eternity???

Tags:   St Kilda Beach Winter afternoon Port Phillip Bay Victoria Australia Australian Football concordians landscape seascape Grande Mare Group grey sky kangaroo minimalism National Geographic macro photography close-up


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