You won't believe what this tiny kangaroo looks like today

Proof That Kangaroos Are Actually Drunk
Proof That Kangaroos Are Actually Drunk


Meet Roger. Once a tiny kangaroo who has blossomed into a buff beefster.

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About nine years ago, Roger was an orphan and rescued at the Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs, Australia. Back then, he was just a big-eared tiny joey, with weak little muscles.

When I was a baby!

Posted by Roger The Kangaroo on Friday, June 5, 2015


That was then, this is now. Today, Roger stands at 6'7'' and weighs 200 pounds. Talk about a transformation! Even as the sanctuary's "resident alpha roo," the sanctuary says Roger still has a heart of gold, "he's just as adorable as he ever was."

It's Roger! Boss of my Sanctuary, showing me his 90kg (200 pounds) of pure muscle!

Posted by The Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs on Saturday, September 12, 2015



Impressive, right? If you're wondering how the kangaroo gets his buff physique, the sanctuary says his favorite activity is crushing his metal feed bucket.

In my leisure time.

Posted by Roger The Kangaroo on Friday, June 5, 2015



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