Funny photos of a buff red kangaroo in Australia showing off his excellent muscles while sunbathing have gone viral on social media.
The amazing photo of the male red kangaroo was taken by photographer Deborah Schutz while she was volunteering at the Cleland Wildlife Park in Adelaide, where she is from. The kangaroo can be seen in the hilarious photo lounging on the grass next to a gum tree and supporting himself on one elbow as if to flaunt his toned muscles.
Despite his intimidating appearance, Ms. Schutz, 50, claimed that the marsupial was extremely chill while he rested in the late-afternoon sun.
Ms. Schutz, who runs a dance class and has photographed wildlife for decades, claimed that she refrained from approaching the animal since even ‘gentle’ animals would defend themselves if they feel threatened.
She said, “He’s a buff red kangaroo with muscles,” about the animal. He has a stunning appearance when he stands. His muscles were undoubtedly enormous.
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“He truly is nice for a kangaroo who looks this buff, but I wouldn’t recommend making him feel intimidated, as you shouldn’t with any animal,” the guide said.
They will take every precaution to safeguard themselves. Never approach one in the wild, especially one this size, as he would feel intimidated if you did.
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According to National Geographic, red kangaroos are the biggest marsupials in the world with muscles and are “powerfully built,” with males frequently weighing up to 200 lbs and achieving speeds of over 35 mph. They can also leap up to six feet in the air and a stunning 25 feet in a single bound.
When they feel threatened, the male kangaroos will typically lean back on their tails and “box” with each other using their rear legs. They will also bite and scratch with their powerful teeth and claws.