At long last the newest Eastern Grey joey left the safety of its mother’s pouch in a spot close enough to photograph. It was only momentary, and to our eyes, it looked like the joey might have fallen out while trying to hang too far out to eat grass. This one is very active inside the pouch. I have witnessed the female kangaroo standing stock still, while her pouch bounces up and down, side to side with legs, tail, head all poking out at various times. The joey hangs upside down on occasion. If it is this active inside the pouch, we can’t wait to see what it does when it leaves the pouch for a run around.
Here are a few photographs of mother and joey enjoying the early morning sunshine.
6 thoughts on “The Latest Joey – 3 photos”
Joyful and full of life, as always! Keep 15 Acres the way you show us. Thanks so much! 🙂
Thanks Fabio – I’ve added two more photos in reply to another comment from macmsue above, I’m sure you’ll get a smile from them too! 🙂
That just looks so uncomfortable for the mother, do you think she has stretch marks?
I’m sure she does – Look at these two photos! 🙂 I will do a new post with them soon, so this is a preview for you! 🙂
Can’r wait to see the photos in a larger size. 🙂
Excellent! Thanks so much!