Red Kangaroo (Macropus rufus) - "Someone's missing"

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    Sturt National Park, NSW, Australia.

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    john.dart, Fuhg, E-klasse2010, and 191 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. K.Verhulst 65 months ago | reply

      Amazing photo!, thank you so much for sharing
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    2. henny vogelaar 65 months ago | reply

      beautiful picture ... well done! .... congratulations on explore

    3. Cornishcarolin. Just moved house!! BUSY!!! xxxxxx 65 months ago | reply

      Couldn't you have cloned one in? LOL!!!! Cracking pic!! xx

      Congratulations on Explore! Well done xx

    4. Firepaw210 65 months ago | reply

      Very nice shot!

    5. Guy Demers Photography 65 months ago | reply

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    6. aquatic wheel [deleted] 65 months ago | reply

      Beautiful, gorgeous photo, well done!

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    7. MissAna(Thank you kindly for over 350K View's!) 65 months ago | reply

      Amazing photo!, thank you so much for sharing
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    8. Susan Roehl 65 months ago | reply

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    9. EilaK: Visit my nice galleries too! 65 months ago | reply

      Thank you for this fantastic shot to my gallery!

    10. ScenicSW 65 months ago | reply

      Hello,
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    11. Pam Sutton 65 months ago | reply

      Your photo is wonderful, thank you so much for sharing
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    12. Kat~Morgan 65 months ago | reply

      Dear Flickr Member,
      As Owner and Head Administrator of the Amazing Nature Group. I previewed your image before it was invited to the group and I agree your image is of excellent quality. We hope you will join us with your beautiful nature images.If you have already joined , Welcome!

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    13. mark.photos 65 months ago | reply

      Great sight and shot!

    14. coyrooster 61 months ago | reply

      Quite a sight to see kangaroos do Holy Communion en masse. As for the dropout it may have been Buddhist or Muslim, even agnostic or atheist, or simply annoyed by those two particular roos because they slurped too loud. On the other hand maybe these are two different tribes, one on the left, one on the right, drinking as much as they can before the competition begins. Rudyard Kipling would probably call it the mystery of the missing roo, and kudos to you Mr Cook.

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    15. leendert3 61 months ago | reply

      Exceptional image. Great composition.
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    16. coyrooster 50 months ago | reply

      David, in case you hadn't noticed, this image goes instantly to Large 2048 if you hover your cursor over it and left-click. Once zoomed in you can drag it around for inspection. It's a new Flickr feature I discovered just days ago. Very handy, especially here.

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    17. helenb663@yahoo.com.au 44 months ago | reply

      Hello David. Thank you for sharing your wonderful image. I am wondering how you would like its use to be attributed?

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