Peter Eades, 77, is familiar with animals. The retiree, living in Albany, Australia, is a alpaca breeder. Peter Eades also kept a kangaroo as a pet. Which turned out to be a very bad idea. On Sunday September 11, the retiree was wildly attacked by his kangaroo. According to The sunthe kangaroo was so furious that the rescuers did not couldn’t get into the elderly man’s property. Finally, the rescuers had to call the police to enter the residence. Believing that the furious marsupial constituted a threat to rescuersauthorities put the animal down.
We learn that the 77-year-old farmer had kept the kangaroo from 3 years as a pet and that he took care of him when he was just a baby kangaroo – a joey. According to the statement from WA Police on Monday September 12, 2022, his fatal attack by the angry kangaroo a took place early in the day. “The kangaroo poses an ongoing threat to emergency responders and officers in attendance had to euthanize the kangaroo by firearm. It is believed the man had been attacked by the kangaroo earlier in the day“, authorities said.
Kangaroo attacks are not uncommon
Unfortunately, Mr. Eades’ kangaroo attacks him to death although no one witnessed the scene. Kangaroo attacks are quite common in Australia(…)
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