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Kangaroo

Informal; a stock in Australia. It especially refers to a stock on the All Ordinaries Index, which is the most prominent index of Australian stocks. The term is most often used by foreigners outside of Australia.
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Senior warden Angela Potter soon spotted the plight of the tiny wallaby, who weighed just a few hundred grams at the time.
Civil servant Janet, who has a nine-week son, Aron, recognised Skippy as a wallaby and tried to call police.
Head keeper Tim Morphew said: 'We are all so delighted that we've had a Parma wallaby born, and that it's survived those first few months and grown to independence.
The couple had bought the male wallaby which has been skipping through the fields of Cop Hill for the past few days, to be company for their female wallaby, R Betty.
There was finally some Wallaby joy when Drew Mitchell scored in the corner, but the Boks weren't finished.
1 request was to get closer to the animals - hence Wallaby Walkthrough.
Wales launched a counter-attack deep inside their own half and skinned the Wallaby defence, and a superb off-load put the small winger away for the try and the Millennium Stadium erupted.
While there are no confirmed records of kangaroos living wild in the UK, there are several long-established wallaby colonies in Derbyshire, Loch Lomond and the Isle of Man.
The rare albino Bennett's wallaby was found, tiny and abandoned, in the wallaby reserve of the West Midlands Safari Park, in Bewdley, by workers who believe he had been rejected by his mother.
Beanie, a nine-month-old albino wallaby, kept on bumping into fences and was even tripping over his own feet because of his poor eyesight.
Wallaby strives to leverage new technology and functionalities as they become available," said Wallaby Financial Founder and CEO Matthew Goldman.
A WALLABY has been spotted in the Colne Valley - 12,000 miles from home.