How roo-mantic! Incredible moment two Joe & # 39; s appear on KISS in Barossa Valley in South Australia … but not everything is what it seems
- Two kangaroos have been caught and share a wild kiss in South Australia
- The Joey & # 39; s were taken by photographer Steven Tillyer in the Barossa Valley
- Although it looks like they are a loving embrace, the image of two men is fighting
A few passionate kangaroos are broken and share a very roo-mantic kiss in the wild.
Photographer Steven Tillyer recorded the amorous affair during a visit to the Barossa Valley in South Australia in January this year.
The 28-year-old, who comes from Epsom in the UK but now lives in Adelaide, said it was an incredible feeling to be so & # 39; n & # 39; romantic & # 39; to have shot.
Two kangaroos (photo) who seem to have a loving embrace but are actually fighting for the Alpha status for a group of women
Mr. Tillyer said that although the steamy snap it looks like the couple & # 39; are in love & # 39; and shares a passionate kiss, the reality is that the kangaroos are both men who were photographed in the middle of the fight.
& # 39; I've been here many times and am now familiar with a certain group of kangaroos hanging out there, & # 39; said Steven.
& # 39; I have to be very quiet, because kangaroos have great hearing and if they feel you, they will definitely start running – or jump on it. & # 39;
& # 39; These two male kangaroos fought for Alpha status while a group of women watched from a safe distance. & # 39;
& # 39; My heart was beating when I knew I was witnessing something special. & # 39;
& # 39; After it happened, I looked at my pictures and knew that I had captured more than a fight – it was a complete embrace and a kiss. & # 39;
& # 39; Although they fight, it seems that these two are deeply in love and with such a strong embrace, it seems that one of them has really been wiped off his feet. & # 39;
& # 39; I thought it was great that I could turn a once aggressive situation into something that showed love and peace. & # 39;
Steven added that a major part of his desire to photograph wildlife is to raise awareness about the rapid extinction of various animal species around the world.
& # 39; I have lived in Australia for six years and am still overwhelmed by wildlife. It is extremely unique, diverse and a relief for anyone who wants to travel and see such special sights. & # 39;
& # 39; Wildlife is literally on the doorstep. It is really a beautiful country to live in. & # 39;
& # 39; With Australia facing so many mammals extinction, I want to make good use of my skills and experience as a photographer and become part of something bigger by raising awareness about conservation. & # 39;
Photographer Steven Tillyer (photo) who made the dramatic shot
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