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    Red Kangaroo...

    Friends from Arizona visited...and...rented a camper. They phoned today to say "a big red rat" walked up to their camper and punched in the side of the van.

    Time to clue my friends...here...in on the Red Kangaroo. The alphas know they are "it". There is a VERY good reason this critter is on a flag wearing boxing gloves. Take a look:

    https://www.google.com.au/search?q=i...w=1280&bih=666

    EDIT: That ain't no photoshopping, either.
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    Holy Roid Roo!

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    I have to ask, because they move kinda like deer: Are them good eatins?

    We ain't got none o' them.

    Here there's gators and crocodiles and hogs and bear.

    Mmmm, bear is very good, but they're such a majestic animal, I really would rather leave them be. Unless one is a nuisance.

    I noticed coons have kind of a Kangaroo profile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrogersNhood View Post
    I have to ask, because they move kinda like deer: Are them good eatins?

    We ain't got none o' them.

    Here there's gators and crocodiles and hogs and bear.

    Mmmm, bear is very good, but they're such a majestic animal, I really would rather leave them be. Unless one is a nuisance.

    I noticed coons have kind of a Kangaroo profile.
    No. People do market wallaby tail and tenderloin...but, I don't like it. It's tasteless and you need to slow cook it or it's tough. Forget these Reds...might as well eat barbed wire.

    But...geez...have you guys ever realised how strong they are? Even on a macho man...triceps like that are something you don't see every day. Mind you...they go 200...220 pounds.
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    No is no. Damn!

    Sounds like that meat is on shark or stingray level. I am disappoint.

    Reds here means Red Snapper, that's some good stuff!

    Reds and Yellows are my favorite for saltwater.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Rivers View Post
    No. People do market wallaby tail and tenderloin...but, I don't like it. It's tasteless and you need to slow cook it or it's tough. Forget these Reds...might as well eat barbed wire.

    But...geez...have you guys ever realised how strong they are? Even on a macho man...triceps like that are something you don't see every day. Mind you...they go 200...220 pounds.
    That's a big critter. Too bad they don't eat good.

    I think the favored solution would be .17 HMR

    Do you guys have bears there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrogersNhood View Post
    That's a big critter. Too bad they don't eat good.

    I think the favored solution would be .17 HMR

    Do you guys have bears there?
    Other than our snoikes...there are a few deadly critters.

    Irikanji jelly fish...the size of your thumb joint. Sharks, of course...and salties. (Crocs)

    We have some huge lizards, too. We have a perentie living up in a jacaranda tree...5.5' from tip of nose to tip of tail. He hides from Knucklehead..who ALWAYS looks up into the tree when he's out there.

    https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/austr...253Bocid=wispr
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    Did ya'll ever imagine how buff they were. This guy was famous...Roger was his name. His obit made the headlines. He was actually pretty gentle...except to other roos. He killed every last one of 'em that challenged 'em!

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-12-...-dies/10599312
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Rivers View Post
    Other than our snoikes...there are a few deadly critters.

    Irikanji jelly fish...the size of your thumb joint. Sharks, of course...and salties. (Crocs)

    We have some huge lizards, too. We have a perentie living up in a jacaranda tree...5.5' from tip of nose to tip of tail. He hides from Knucklehead..who ALWAYS looks up into the tree when he's out there.

    https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/austr...253Bocid=wispr
    Wow, it's way different than that here.

    Hmm..we have Diamondbacks, Moccasins, Coral snakes (not a big deal), gators, crocs, coy pythons, coy hogs (they revert to Razorback in 1 generation), bears, and wild cats. The biggest lizards are Iguanas, though. The worst they'll do is eat your avocados. You can catch them and tame them.

    We have "Man o' war" jellyfish here. They're purple.

    My 1st trip to South Beach, one wrapped it tentacles around my leg when I was 5.

    It's exactly like a big stinging nettle.

    South Beach is not my favorite beach. It's crushed shells and not very big, anyway.

    Even without Man O' war stuff.


    Cocoa and Daytona are like South Beach. They're good if you surf.
    Last I went, you could drive right onto Cocoa.

    The good beaches are in Sarasota and Pensacola.

    Best on the planet, IMO.

    CA beaches can't even pretend to compare with FL beaches.

    Sugar sand and pretty and non-freezing water vs. fist-sized ankle-breaking rocks and water that will give you hypothermia.

    Oh damn! Stay out of FL! It's hotter than the devil's balls here!
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    No. We have the best beaches...by far. Sorry!
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