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Adult Kangaroos ‘Gently Say Hello’ to Orphans at Australian Sanctuary

Adult Kangaroos 'Gently Say Hello' to Orphans at Australian Sanctuary

Two adult kangaroos had a friendly meeting with orphaned babies at the Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs in Australia’s Northern Territory. This video, shared on May 15, shows two adult kangaroos, named Sasha and Pimba, sniffing around and saying “hello” to orphan babies Priscilla and Elliott. The Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs, a 188-acre wildlife reserve, was built in 2011 as a safe haven for orphaned kangaroos, according to its website. “Our mission is to educate and encourage people to rescue and care for kangaroos and other wildlife and animals,” the website said. Credit: The Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs via Storyful

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