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Orphaned baby kangaroo Trying to hop for the first time
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Orphaned baby kangaroo Trying to hop for the first time

At just a half year old, a stranded child kangaroo named Bradley invests the vast majority of his energy concealed in a pillowcase that fills in as a substitute for his mom's pocket.

Bradley is all over the place for a couple of minutes daily — like the minute you find in this totally beguiling video, which his guardians say is the little person's first time endeavoring to jump.

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Bradley's mom kicked the bucket when she was hit by an auto. So now the joey lives on a 188-section of land kangaroo asylum, established in 2005, in focal Australia.


"Bradley survived in his mum's pouch," Tahnee Passmore-Barns of The Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs told TODAY by email. "We rescued him and will raise him."

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The haven takes in "many" stranded joeys like Bradley consistently, Passmore-Barns said.

Bradley's admirers can help by going by the asylum for a guided dusk visit and giving on the haven's site.

"Or helping out at their own local wildlife shelter or animal shelter," Passmore-Barns said. "Our motto is animals come first."
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