Rogue roo captured at Oz airport
Mon, 07 Jan 2013 10:31a.m.
A kangaroo has been captured after hours on the loose at Melbourne Airport.
The 'roo was earlier spotted on a pedestrian bridge leading to a terminal before bouncing its way into a car park.
Wildlife control officers safely captured the animal.
It’s not the first time a kangaroo has made its way in to the airport car park – last October one of the jumping critters made it to the fifth level of the building before it was captured and later released back into the wild.
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7/01/2013 5:44:06 p.m.
Funny thing is that the airport is built right on top of the kangaroos home
7/01/2013 1:26:52 p.m.
Diana Palmer wrote:
How is a confused, fearful and disoriented kangaroo, 'rogue'? Will media please stop labeling any animal deemed by humans to be in the wrong place, 'rogue'? Language has such an effect on the way things are viewed and classified - unfortunately the way media describes animals leads to further harsh treatment of them by unthinking people.
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