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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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This is presumably so in many cases, but the original full predator suite of southeast Australia is not there to compare, and the only cases included from south-east Australia are Bush Rat, which doesn't increase with fox control (Banks 1999), and Eastern Grey Kangaroo, which does (Banks et al.
(43) It is unlikely that the Kaurna would have eaten their totem but they certainly would have eaten the grey kangaroo that is common to the north.
Bacci B, Whiteley PL, Barrow M, Phillips PH, Dalziel J and El-Hage CM (2014) Chronic phalaris toxicity in eastern grey kangaroos (Macropus giganteus).
Harold, the Western grey kangaroo, is one of just three luckless lonelies at the award-winning Dudley Zoo in search of a February 14 admirer.
Carrion, mostly eastern grey kangaroo and sheep, was the main food group, most likely reflecting its availability.
Cockatoos and parrots screeched and mimicked as wallabies stretched out in the sun and a small grey kangaroo bounded up to inspect us.
She has worked with Dr Graeme Coulson and zoology students from The University of Melbourne) on their research of the Eastern Grey Kangaroo population based at Anglesea Golf Course; with Dr Grainne Maguire, Birdlife Australia, in monitoring numbers, and protecting Hooded Plover populations on the Surf Coast; and she participates in annual koala surveys with FEO Inc.
THE grey kangaroo is very common throughout Eastern Australia.
The data taken from Western grey Kangaroos tested in the area were then compared to that of another place on the Fleurieu Peninsula.