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An escaped wallaby stretches out on the grass after being shot by laughing villains armed with catapults in park near Windsor Castle

Smiling crooks shoot an escaped WALLABY and let the animal fight for its life in a playground near Windsor Castle

  • WARNING DISTRESSING CONTENT
  • Armed with slingshots and lead shots, the crooks chased the terrified macropod
  • One of the boys said cheerfully: & He shot the kangaroo … Kill it boys, it's bad & # 39;
  • The wallaby is said to have a 50 percent chance of dying from stress caused
  • ** Do you know who shot the wallaby? Email jack.w.elsom@mailonline.co.uk or call 02036150522 **
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The chances of survival of an escaped wallaby lie at the sharp end of the muzzle after a gang of laughing teenagers cheerfully shot the defenseless animal in a naked attempt to cause pain.

Armed with catapults, the crooks chased the terrified macropod through a Windsor park on Wednesday before pelting him with lead projectiles and laying on the grass.

And while the wallaby was shaking on the floor, one of the five young people who are supposed to be 15 years old said: “He shot the kangaroo. The head shot broke it. Kill it guys, it's bad. & # 39;

The horrible act of cruelty, which took place near a playground on Allen Way in Dachet, Berkshire, made the wallaby fight for its life with only a 50 percent chance of surviving its wounds.

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An escaped wallaby stretches out on the grass after being shot by laughing villains armed with catapults in park near Windsor Castle

An escaped wallaby stretches out on the grass after being shot by laughing villains armed with catapults in park near Windsor Castle

As the villains approach the wounded wounded wallaby, he stands up again and jumps away

As the villains approach the wounded wounded wallaby, he stands up again and jumps away

As the villains approach the wounded wounded wallaby, he stands up again and jumps away

& # 39; At first the boys thought it was a hare lying on the floor, so they shot it, & # 39; told a source the sun.

& # 39; It jumped up and started running away, but then it started to fall. & # 39;

Shocking video images show the villains running after the wallaby while it borders the park.

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People call & # 39; look at the kangaroo boys! & # 39; before the animal suddenly nods and falls to the ground.

As the villains approach the wounded wounded wallaby, he stands up again and jumps away.

The wallaby is trying to get away

The wallaby is trying to get away

But it soon falls to the ground after it has been shot

But it soon falls to the ground after it has been shot

But it is only possible to jump a few feet away before it collapses again, while a kid claims excitedly & # 39;

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But it is only possible to jump a few feet away before it collapses again, while a kid excitedly claims it has been shot.

Do you know who shot the wallaby?

Email jack.w.elsom@mailonline.co.uk or call 02036150522

The area, which is less than two miles from Windsor Castle, reportedly has a problem with a specific gang that focuses on wildlife.

One resident said: & # 39; Last month they kicked a seagull like a football for everyone. It died 15 minutes later …

& # 39; Everything that flies is shot – they have even killed swans. & # 39;

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Matthew Ford, who works for Animal Rehabilitation Specialist Wildlife Services, wrote: & # 39; It currently rests, but there is a 50 percent chance that it will die of stress. & # 39;

A police spokesperson said: & Thames Valley Police was called on Wednesday at 5 p.m. to report that a wallaby had been seen in a park in Allen Way, Datchet.

& # 39; The wallaby has been safely recovered and is now being cared for by nature experts. & # 39;

The terrible cruelty that took place near a children's playground in Dachet, Berkshire, made the wallaby fight for its life with only a 50 percent chance of surviving its wounds

The terrible cruelty that took place near a children's playground in Dachet, Berkshire, made the wallaby fight for its life with only a 50 percent chance of surviving its wounds

The terrible cruelty that took place near a children's playground in Dachet, Berkshire, made the wallaby fight for its life with only a 50 percent chance of surviving its wounds

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