Roo looks cold! Super buff kangaroo seems to shiver when snow falls around him – but the real reason for his cackling may surprise you
- Joanne Arrowsmith posted a video of a kangaroo that seemed to shiver
- Expert Tim Faulkner said the eastern gray kangaroo is unlikely to shiver
- Mr. Faulkner explained that the creature is probably shaking because he feels threatened
This flapping kangaroo looks like it could use a warm blanket and a cup of hot tea.
The muscular marsupial seems to shiver when snow falls around him in Tolmie, Victoria, where temperatures have dropped to -6 ° C.
Joanne Arrowsmith, who posted the video Storyful, said she had seen the big kangaroo relax on her property earlier.
But when he entered her garden on August 9, she noticed that he was starting to shake.
& # 39; We spent the time watching him through the window filming him, but felt sorry for him when he shivered & said, "Arrowsmith.
The muscular marsupial seems to shiver when snow falls around him in Tolmie, Victoria, where the temperature has fallen to minus 3 degrees.
& # 39; Eventually we left hoping that he would feel safer and move himself to a sheltered area. & # 39;
The video was also posted on YouTube, giving viewers their condolences for the animal.
& # 39; Awwww leaves him by the fireplace so that he can heat up! & # 39; said a viewer.
& # 39; Give him a blanket, idiots, & # 39; offered another.
Mrs. Arrowfield also said she was planning to build a shelter for cold kangaroos the following winter.
The video was also posted on YouTube, giving viewers their condolences for the animal
Mrs. Arrowfield also said she was planning to build a shelter for cold kangaroos the following winter
But the Australian Reptile Park general manager, Tim Faulkner, told Daily Mail Australia that the eastern gray kangaroo might not shiver at all.
& # 39; In my opinion, he doesn't shiver, & # 39; Mr. Faulkner explained.
& # 39; He is completely in his body because it looks like he is in a threat position.
& # 39; This may be because people are close to him and he uses his body language to say "look how tall I am". & # 39;
When explaining why the creature seems to be shaking, the wild says it is because it extends to its full potential.
& # 39; Think of a person on tiptoe – they also vibrate and rock. & # 39;
But the Australian Reptile Park general manager, Tim Faulkner, told Daily Mail Australia that the eastern gray kangaroo might not shiver at all
Faulker added that eastern gray kangaroos rarely get cold.
& # 39; They are really customizable and can handle 45 degrees heat to -10 degrees.
& # 39; They can handle the snow because they are the all-terrain model for dandruff, unlike a red kangaroo coming from central Australia – they couldn't handle the snow. & # 39;
The recent cold wave in Victoria continues this week with snowfall in Mount Buller, about an hour from Tolmie, with an amazing 18 cm of snow in one night.
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