Australians, walking near a lake, noticed a kangaroo in the water and helped him.
Residents of Canberra noticed a kangaroo in the water.
The animal was numb from the cold and could not go ashore on its own. Two men rushed to his aid.
Experts warn that this is a very dangerous situation, especially for humans. On their own, kangaroos are tall, strong animals, and when stressed, they can deliver crushing blows with their powerful paws.
This time, fortunately, the men managed to immobilize the unfortunate swimmer and pull him ashore.
There, the kangaroo paw went to its rescuers. People jokingly called it “gratitude,” but it was probably just a reflex movement.
Fortunately, the frightened animal calmed down immediately after being rescued. Kangaroo returned his habitat because nothing happened to him.
Despite the seemingly unusual environment, kangaroos often jump into the water.
The reason for the same stress, trying to avoid a threatening situation, kangaroos choose water bodies as a safe place.