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Lens: Pentax F 100mm f2.8 macro Camera: Pentax K-5 Photo Location: Adelaide City zoo ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/250s Aperture: F4 
Posted By: templarkk, 07-01-2013, 08:06 PM

baby daughter and baby kangaroo

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07-01-2013, 11:03 PM   #2
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Not a kangaroo, its a Wallabie.
But very cute shot.
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Awww, cute.
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Not a kangaroo, its a Wallabie.
But very cute shot.
Thx for the info. They do look like the same except the size tho. LOL.

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Awww, cute.
Thank you! they are two lil cuties.
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Very sweet image!
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That shots gotta be off the the scale on the cuteometer.
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It is a cute shot! However, Otis says it is neither a kangaroo nor a Wallabie, it is a new breed of giant squirrel he has been developing with his new DNA cloning kit and Dr Frankenstein handbook for beginner mad scientists. No telling what's next? Sort of scary around here.....

Regards! She's a real cutie!

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Wombats spell it like this:
Wallaby, plural wallabies.
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That shots gotta be off the the scale on the cuteometer.
LOL. Well said, well said. Thank you.
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It is a cute shot! However, Otis says it is neither a kangaroo nor a Wallabie, it is a new breed of giant squirrel he has been developing with his new DNA cloning kit and Dr Frankenstein handbook for beginner mad scientists. No telling what's next? Sort of scary around here.....

Regards! She's a real cutie!
I just cant love her more. Thank you.
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