The "first" babies are always the most adorable, from their first smiles to the first words and even steps. This same concept can also be applied to the animal kingdom!
Although human babies must first learn to crawl before they can stand and walk, when it comes to baby kangaroos, it is important that they first experience life outside of the mother's bag, that is when they can begin to take their first jumps.
Sadly, not all baby kangaroos are lucky to have a mother to teach them to walk alone. In those cases, they depend on human caregivers. The workers of Kangaroo Sanctuary at Alice Springs in Australia, recently, decided it was time to let the little Bradley take his first steps.
Since became an orphan he has spent all his time on the makeshift bags of the shelter.
that, of course, Bradley needed some conviction to get going … Using the pillow bag as a decoy, Bradley was convinced to jump and say, "Hello."
Look how small it is! It had to be hard not to fall in love with the baby at first sight.
It was very important to do Bradley jumped, but the little one made it very clear that he wanted to return to the safety and comfort of his "bag". Who could say no to him, after all that has happened?
The goal was to make Bradley strong enough to return to the wild as they did with countless orphan offspring . However, if he can not be rehabilitated, he will live in the refuge on his 760 square meter plot of unspoiled nature.
Take a look at the video and enjoy this little jumping. What do you think of his moving story? Post your impressions in the comments section!
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Bradley practicing his first hops 💕Cameron camel painting by Aimee Rolin Hoover – ArtistDisclaimer: This video is exclusively managed by Caters News. To license or use in a commercial player please contact [email protected]
Gepostet von The Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs am Dienstag, 30. Januar 2018