So this is freaking wild. Apparently, these are the risks when you live in Australia. One minute, you are enjoying a nice day along the water with your dog, the next minute you find yourself punching a kangaroo in the face. Of course, I think most would be right there trying to help their dog as well.
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Here's the video. Check this out.
@the.tiser A Mildura man has gone viral after he filmed himself rushing into an outback river to save his dog from being “drowned” by a wild kangaroo. Uploaded by the Mildura Martial Arts school in Victoria, the video had been viewed more than 2.5 millions times on Tik Tok in just 10 hours. Unfortunately, the man professed his skills at Brazilian Ju Jitu were “ineffective” after he waded in to save his dog from the “7ft kangaroo”. Would you fight a kangaroo to save your dog? Video: @milduramartialarts1#justaussiethings #kangaroo #aussieanimals #dogsoftiktok #australia #aussiethings ♬ original sound - The Advertiser
Thankfully, the man in the video and his dog both got away no worse for the wear, but this is what kangaroo's do. When they are being threatened near water, they wade out there, then try and drown whatever the threat is.
Thank goodness kangaroos don't live in the US. God bless America.