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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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Peering through the window, I catch my first glimpse of a truly wild devil--a female, nose-deep in the pademelon's intestines.
As I lay on a table enjoying a massage, with heated volcanic stones on my back, I could see a family of small pademelons (mini wallabies) feeding on button grass in a nearby clearing.
Sangria will live alongside the UK's only dusky pademelons -- a rare species of miniature wallaby.
Critique: Where Pademelons Play: A Presentation presents a unique take on the afterlife, as a bleak, eternal existence where there are few diversions other than observing, recounting, and performing events from the living world.
The UK's only dusky pademelons made their public debuts in September and the following month lowland anoa calf Niko was born to Oana and Teal.
On a nocturnal visit, you could even run into animals such as pademelons, wallabies and possums.
Wombats, quolls, potoroos, little penguins, giant lobsters and pademelons all populate the pages of this eco-adventure with Brooklyn nature writers Margaret Mittelbach and Michael Crewdson, but it's the elusive, thought-to-be-extinct Tasmanian tiger (or thylacine) they track that is at the mysterious center of it all.
Glen Threlfo's heard George pause from his song to spew out a mass of angry animal sounds rarely heard: shrieking possums, fighting pademelons, general squeals.
With prey larger than themselves, such as pademelons (Thylogale spp.), spotted-tailed quolls leap on the back and grip with all four legs, while biting the neck.
Camera trap orientations and recording modes for detecting potoroos, bandicoots and pademelons. Australian Mammalogy 36, 60-66.
THE UK's only dusky pademelons are set to make their public debut at Chester Zoo.