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Escaped kangaroo goes walkabout in southern Jutland

TheCopenhagenPost
April 10th, 2015


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Marsupial has so far evaded capture since escape on Thursday

Members of the public should contact police if they see this animal (Photo: Syd- og Sønderjyllands Politi)

Yesterday a dwarf kangaroo escaped from its owner in the small town of Føvling near Esbjerg and is still on the loose in southern Jutland.

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The marsupial has been sighted in several places – most recently near the owner’s home in Føvling, but it has so far evaded capture.

Police have advised the public not to attempt to apprehend the animal and instead to contact the police on 114 if it is seen. “It’s not dangerous and it won’t attack, but it has sharp claws,” the officer in charge at Southern Jutland Police told TV2 News.

The animal is of the Bennett Wallaby subspecies and is about half a metre in height.


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