Kangaroo rescued the 6.2 miles out from the coast

Australia is notoriously known for the dangerous animals that live in their waters, and it is not uncommon to see large animals in the water. But the police was

Kangaroo rescued the 6.2 miles out from the coast

Australia is notoriously known for the dangerous animals that live in their waters, and it is not uncommon to see large animals in the water. But the police was

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
09 February 2020 Sunday 12:00
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Kangaroo rescued the 6.2 miles out from the coast

Australia is notoriously known for the dangerous animals that live in their waters, and it is not uncommon to see large animals in the water. But the police was on Wednesday, something of a surprise to see which animals were in the water.

the Police received a call from a local, who was out sailing by the island of North Stradbroke Island off Brisbane from Australia's east coast, writes the Brisbane Times.

Here he had seen a marsupial, specifically a kangaroo, swim around in circles 6,2 kilometers away from the coast.

the Police had not reckoned with the fact that it was a kangaroo, they should save. Photo: QUEENSLAND POLICE SERVICE

The clearly exhausted kangaroo had allegedly embarked on a little swim, but was, apparently, come out, where it could not bottoms - literally, tells the australian police.

the Ushers performed the maneuver 'man over board', and was promptly rescued the little creature up out of the water, and gavden the nickname Dawny.

the Police had not reckoned with the fact that it was a kangaroo, they should save. Photo: QUEENSLAND POLICE SERVICE

clearly relieved Dawny was wrapped in a blanket, so she could be warm and dry - just like the ushers should ensure that they themselves came to harm.

the Police bundled the tired animal into a blanket, so it could get warm as it was also for the police's own safety, so the kangaroo could not get to scribble the ushers. Photo: QUEENSLAND POLICE SERVICE

- discussed passenger safety instructions, and the police sailed across the bay with the she-kangaroo, where it was handed over in narturparken Minjerribah, told the police.

- Dawny was unleashed in the thicket, and allowed to swim a second day, completed the police.

the Kangaroo got the name Dawny and was given free roam in a natural park on the island of North Stradbroke Island. Photo: QUEENSLAND POLICE SERVICE

Updated: 09.02.2020 12:00
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