‘They’re giant mutant rabbits on steroids’: Americans react to seeing wild footage of kangaroos putting other animals in CHOKE HOLDS and standing on their own tails
- Shocking footage of Kangaroos fighting animals has gone viral on social media
- Americans were shocked by terrifying clips, unaware of how brutal they can be
- Animals are known to fight as they have strong tails and developed upper body
Americans have been left shocked by terrifying footage showing kangaroos standing on their tails and putting other animals in choke holds.
Multiple clips taken inside a Texas zoo named Crocodile Encounter have been going viral on social media this week.
In one clip a large kangaroo named Jack can be seen flexing his muscles as he balances his body weight on his tail.
Other clips show kangaroos in brutal fights where they can be seen choking each other.
In one clip a large marsupial can be seen flexing his muscles as he balances his body weight on his tail.
Many Americans have been left stunned by the footage, having only seen cute cartoon versions of the animals.
‘Kangaroos are lowkey creepy. They’re like giant mutant rabbits on steroids,’ one woman wrote.
‘Kangaroos are f***ing terrifying. It’s like the shoulders of a man, the legs of a bunny extended, the head of a deer combined with a dog, mutant dinosaur lemur hands, and a weird combination of a leg and tail I think it’s safe to say God was on drugs,’ wrote another.
Another wrote: ‘Kangaroos just get weirder with every new info I discover of them. Like , you have two big ass legs, why stand on our tail???? JUST WHY???’
‘Kangaroos are lowkey creepy. They’re like giant mutant rabbits on steroids,’ one woman wrote
Kangaroos are known to engage in boxing as they have strong tails, an excellent sense of balance and developed upper bodies.
Males engage in this type of boxing as a way of determining who ‘wins’ a particular female as a mate.
They will also lock arms at points and wrestle back-and-forth while balancing on their tails.
Incredible footage showing a man heroically punching a kangaroo to save his pet dog went viral in 2016.
Greig Tonkins was out hunting wild pigs with a group of friends when his dog Max was attacked by the roo.
Mr Tonkins stood toe to toe with the huge marsupial in the footage viewed by millions and managed to save his beloved pooch.
Males engage in this type of boxing as a way of determining who ‘wins’ a particular female as a mate
Many Americans have been left stunned by the footage, having only seen cute cartoon versions of the animals
A man has been captured on video fighting a kangaroo after it held his pet dog in its clinches and attempted to seriously harm it in rural Australia