For the past 15 years, a cute Australian kangaroo by the name of Abigail or Queen Abi has been sincerely cuddling the wildlife specialists who saved her. Since being saved as a young joey, the 15-year-old kangaroo has resided at the Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs, in the Northern Territory.
The animal, affectionately referred to as “Queen Abi” by her keepers, has gained notoriety in the park. The kangaroo can be seen hugging staff members and visitors at the refuge and nuzzling her head into their faces in countless pictures.
Let’s meet her right now!
The kangaroo known as “Queen Abi” is one of Australia’s most friendly and cutest kangaroos, according to wildlife experts.
Staff members often post updates of the cute kangaroo on their Instagram page and say they look forward to Abi’s embraces daily. In one image, Abi can be seen kissing the cheek of a wildlife worker at the sanctuary. When doing sunset tours around the 188-acre nature reserve, people are also very fond of her.
Abi was one of the oldest kangaroos at the refuge when the team initially discovered her as an orphaned five-month-old.
Since then, she has given birth to a handful of her own joeys.
The park described “Queen Abi” as one of the most friendly and cutest kangaroos they’ve ever seen, despite the fact that these animals are sometimes known to become violent against people and other animals.m The wildlife team claimed that an Abi hug makes people happy.