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Saturday, 15 March 2014

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This kangaroo was born and raised in Australia but now resides in New Guinea due to the typhoon.

BRISBANE, Australia - Australia's national weather service has just announced that the powerful typhoon that struck the country did some extensive damage to many jungle trees.

The weather service also stated that Australian park rangers report that at least 600 kangaroos were lifted up by the powerful typhoon and ended up being dumped in New Guinea.

Park rangers pointed out that amazingly enough none of the 600 kangaroos were hurt.

Kangaroos have a tremendous resistance to typhoons and can actually survive a fall from as high up as 10 to 12 stories.

SIDENOTE: The park rangers were asked about the koala bear population and how they fared in the typhoon. They stated that koalas are excellent diggers and when they sense a typhoon coming they can dig a hole 4 feet deep and get in it thus avoiding any type of injury.

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