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  • Albino Wallaby Born at Zoo(01:05)
  • An adorable wallaby has been born at Linton Zoo in the United Kingdom.A member of the public was the first to see the tiny animal as it emerged from t...
  • Date: February 18, 2013
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Used Christmas Trees Are Like Catnip for Z...(01:08)
  • A British Zoo is once again inviting residents to turn in their used Christmas trees to be used as playthings for the zoo's African Lions. Jen Markha...
  • Date: January 05, 2015
  • Source: Buzz60
  • 10 Extraordinary Albino Animals(01:24)
  • They're all white but some of them are a little weird. Presenting 10 extraordinary albino animals.
  • Date: January 26, 2012
  • Source: AllTime10s
  • For the First Time a Wallaby Raises Orphan...(01:13)
  • The Adelaide Zoo in Australia is making history by saving the life of an orphaned tree kangaroo by using a surrogate wallaby mother. Little Makai was ...
  • Date: June 30, 2015
  • Source: InsideEdition
  • Albino Kangaroo Born Comes Out of Mother's...(00:52)
  • He's been hiding for the last year, which made zookeepers at Russia's Yaroslavl zoo suspect this was one special kangaroo. After finally leaping into ...
  • Date: June 04, 2015
  • Source: Reuters
  • Harry Does The Haka In New Zealand(01:15)
  • Prince Harry spent 20 minutes behind closed doors learning a haka before taking part in a display in front of the cameras at t Linton Military Camp, t...
  • Date: May 13, 2015
  • Source: Sky News UK
  • Prince Harry Performs the Haka in New Zeal...(01:21)
  • Britain's Prince Harry visited Linton Army Camp on Wednesday, on the latest leg of his trip to New Zealand. At the camp Harry performed the traditiona...
  • Date: May 13, 2015
  • Source: WSJ Video
  • Australian Park Ranger Witnesses Python De...(01:06)
  • Wallabies aren’t the largest mammals, but some of them can reach a height of up to six feet and a weight of more than 50 pounds. Recently, a python ma...
  • Date: December 30, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats

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