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Posted By:kev

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2009-06-23 09:47:55
Thankyou patito, for the extra knowledge of kangaroos. I was unaware they existed anywhere else but in my country Australia. Cheers.
2009-06-23 04:52:42
One of your best senor patito ;-)
2009-06-23 03:27:42
I was serious when I once said that I am saving the best of your yarns with a view to publishing them one day. Pixdaus has been - and is - a wealth of study material... Love it! Thanks, Patito, for entertaining us! Without you, this would be a much 'drier' place...
2009-06-23 01:55:44
Only one species of kangaroo is known to exist outside Australia, and that's the rare, elusive and little known Sauter Savoureux, or Louisiana Swamp Kangaroo as it's called in English. The earliest exploreres described large herds of the animals, which were easily caught and tasted like rabbit. Sauters were a staple in the diet of the Acadians who settled the Bayou Country, and for that reason their numbers declined to the point where they were at one time believed to be extinct. But scattered groups survived deep in the most inpenetrable swamps and now, under the protection of the Louisiana Fish and Game Department, their numbers have increased to the point that there is actually a short season in late fall when the taking of limited numbers of them are permitted. If you're ever down around Beau Bridge or Morgan City in November, ask the folks at the local cafes if the have any of that good Sauter Savoureux gumbo. They'll be impressed that you've ever even heard of it.
2009-06-23 00:58:05
Is there any other kind?
2009-06-22 23:01:17
This is an Australian Kangaroo.