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2013-08-30 06:39:01 PM
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2013-08-30 06:41:01 PM
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I've got a solution to your infestation problem.
 
2013-08-30 06:43:55 PM

Genju:


Done in one...
 
2013-08-30 06:47:00 PM
Yeh, kangaroos are known to drown dingos too.
 
2013-08-30 06:48:17 PM

zero7717: Yeh, kangaroos are known to drown dingos too.


Can't blame them. The dingo will probably eat their Joey.
 
2013-08-30 06:49:33 PM
HaHa!
 
2013-08-30 06:57:40 PM
Herbivores are supposed to play with their predators? Reminds me of the various "deer attacks dog" videos such as

Cranbrook Deer
 digitaljournal.com
 
2013-08-30 07:01:43 PM
Typical dipshiat dog owner does nothing until his prized mutt is getting his ass handed to him by wildlife.

/Nothing of value would have been lost.
 
2013-08-30 07:05:36 PM
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2013-08-30 07:21:18 PM
Tie me great dane down, sport, tie me great dane down.
 
2013-08-30 07:22:23 PM
I wouldn't say that dog was trying to play.
 
2013-08-30 07:25:34 PM
Wow, a misleading headline from the Daily Fail? I am shocked, simply shocked!

/Dog owner deserves a kangaroo punch in the groin.
 
2013-08-30 07:26:10 PM
"Hehehe Go on dogs. Go harass that wild animal."
ASSKICK!
"THAT ANIMAL ATTACKED MY DOG!"

sigh.
 
2013-08-30 07:29:53 PM
Yeah, your dog is "playing". Good thing the kangaroo is also "playing".
 
2013-08-30 07:36:12 PM
Maybe the kangaroo is a Christian who happens to believe in forced baptism.
 
2013-08-30 07:37:41 PM

Dwight_Yeast: Maybe the kangaroo is a Christian who happens to believe in forced baptism.


Now we gather at the river...
 
2013-08-30 07:38:13 PM
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Oh, Father...
 
2013-08-30 07:45:58 PM

cc_rider: Dog owner deserves a kangaroo punch in the groin.


hind leg kicks can disembowel:

2.bp.blogspot.com
though trying to drown is probably safer.

Eastern Gray Kangaroo:
Kangaroos are not greatly bothered by predators, apart from humans and occasional dingoes. As a defensive tactic, a larger kangaroo will often lead its pursuer into water where, standing submerged to the chest, the kangaroo will attempt to drown the attacker under water. In other adversarial circumstances a kangaroo will back against a tree and kick with clawed hind feet at the adversary, sometimes with enough force to kill an adult human.
 
2013-08-30 08:25:40 PM
Daily Fail: check.
Article headline contains words telling me how I am supposed to feel about the article: check.

I don't care if the Fark headline is kinda cool; not gonna go any further.

/"The SHOCKING moment when a cat ate a canary!"
//farking nature, how does it work?
 
2013-08-30 08:41:54 PM
I like dogs but in that video, the dogs are trying to attack the kangaroo and the kangaroo was trying to defend itself. Fault of the Irresponsible dog owner.
 
2013-08-30 09:10:27 PM

HairBolus: As a defensive tactic, a larger kangaroo will often lead its pursuer into water where, standing submerged to the chest, the kangaroo will attempt to drown the attacker under water.


I'm astounded that kangaroos understand the concept of holding them under the water until the bubbles stop.
 
2013-08-30 10:08:15 PM

BattleFrenchie28: HairBolus: As a defensive tactic, a larger kangaroo will often lead its pursuer into water where, standing submerged to the chest, the kangaroo will attempt to drown the attacker under water.

I'm astounded that kangaroos understand the concept of holding them under the water until the bubbles stop.


Why? Raccoons do the same thing to dogs, when they can. All mammals instinctively  understand that no air = death.
 
2013-08-30 10:25:52 PM

BattleFrenchie28: HairBolus: As a defensive tactic, a larger kangaroo will often lead its pursuer into water where, standing submerged to the chest, the kangaroo will attempt to drown the attacker under water.

I'm astounded that kangaroos understand the concept of holding them under the water until the bubbles stop.


Actually, I think quite a few animals do. I recall watching a nature doc some years back in which a couple of lionesses had chased some big-cow-thing-or-other (wildebeest, water buffalo, something) into a large pool of mud, where the meat-beasts got stuck. One lion apparently decided to drown one of the things before eating (it's a buffet at this point, and the thick mud prevented the lions from getting into position for the usual "bite-choke"), so it climbed onto the thing's back, put a paw on the back of its head, and shoved its head below the mud until it stopped moving.

I am pretty sure one of the others had the misfortune of not having such a nice captor, and had its lions start eating him while he was still alive, as they just started chomping on his butt.

Also:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-OxxSp-VJw
 
2013-08-30 10:39:49 PM
The dog started that sh*t.
It could have backed off and let the kangaroo get out but it wouldn't. F*ck the dog.

/not literally
 
2013-08-30 11:42:20 PM

zzrhardy: Yeah, your dog is "playing". Good thing the kangaroo is also "playing".


MaritimeGirl: I like dogs but in that video, the dogs are trying to attack the kangaroo and the kangaroo was trying to defend itself. Fault of the Irresponsible dog owner.


The Dane was definitely playing.  His tail is wagging and you can even see him go into "play stance" a couple of times.  He didn't care that the kangaroo was bigger & outweighed him, he just wanted to play.  Great Danes are NOT the brightest of dogs.  I've owned 2 one and trust me, they're farking stupid.  Awesome and lovably goofy, but dumber than rocks.
 
2013-08-30 11:45:35 PM

brigid_fitch: zzrhardy: Yeah, your dog is "playing". Good thing the kangaroo is also "playing".

MaritimeGirl: I like dogs but in that video, the dogs are trying to attack the kangaroo and the kangaroo was trying to defend itself. Fault of the Irresponsible dog owner.

The Dane was definitely playing.  His tail is wagging and you can even see him go into "play stance" a couple of times.  He didn't care that the kangaroo was bigger & outweighed him, he just wanted to play.  Great Danes are NOT the brightest of dogs.  I've owned 2 one and trust me, they're farking stupid.  Awesome and lovably goofy, but dumber than rocks.


However, I do agree that the owner was an irresponsible asshole for filming his dogs playing w/a kangaroo, which could have easily led to the dog's apparent drowning or disembowelment had the roo kicked.  Guy should have his dogs taken away.
 
2013-08-31 02:04:33 AM

BattleFrenchie28: HairBolus: As a defensive tactic, a larger kangaroo will often lead its pursuer into water where, standing submerged to the chest, the kangaroo will attempt to drown the attacker under water.

I'm astounded that kangaroos understand the concept of holding them under the water until the bubbles stop.


Most water-dwellers have some concept of this. The hippopotamus, alligator, crocodile, anaconda, and many other animals drag their opponents/prey under water in an attempt to drown them.

They're not the freaky ones, though. The freaky ones are the winged animals that understand the concept of picking up an enemy, flying very high, and then dropping them to their death.
 
2013-08-31 11:05:47 AM
"My father is a LIAR!!"
 
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