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Serbia
November 18, 2020 9:38am CST
Today it's cold in me too. I don't have full-time jobs, so I watched TV. The show was about kangaroos. It's very interesting. Did you know that a cub is the size of a bean when it is born?
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@sharon6345 (256263)
• United States
18 Nov
There are many things to learn by watching tv. But please be sure all your house chores are done for you to be able to relax in peace.
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• Serbia
18 Nov
there is always work in the house, it was not urgent
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@sharon6345 (256263)
• United States
18 Nov
@viktrija64 That is true for sure.
@maximax8 (31192)
• United Kingdom
19 Nov
I really love kangaroos and enjoyed seeing them in Australia. I didn't know a cub is the size of a bean when it is born. That is very interesting to find out about. A wallaby is similar although lots smaller than a kangaroo. At a wildlife park in the state of Victoria. There was a white kangaroo. I wonder how there can be as most as brown.
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• Serbia
19 Nov
I've never been to Australia. I've never seen a kangaroo in a zoo.
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@maximax8 (31192)
• United Kingdom
20 Nov
@viktrija64 I have been to almost country in Europe including Serbia. I love to travel overseas and can't during this year due to the coronavirus. Sorry you haven't seen a kangaroo either in zoo or in Australia because you haven't been there yet. I have been to Australia twice. One day I hope to take my children there. However their seasons are different to ours in Europe. If we went in the Easter holidays it is only two weeks. As it is a long flight from London we would need more like 4 weeks. I went there in the summer holidays in 2000 and it was the Western Australian winter. I was teaching so I went during my longest time off.
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• Serbia
20 Nov
@maximax8 It's wonderful that you love to travel and have opportunities. I love traveling and getting to know other cultures, but unfortunately my finances don't allow it.
@nomus24g (36606)
• India
18 Nov
have a great day ahead
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• Serbia
19 Nov
Thank you and I wish you.
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@nomus24g (36606)
• India
19 Nov
@Nevena83 (55603)
• Serbia
18 Nov
Is the kangaroo so small?
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• Serbia
18 Nov
yes, so small it goes into the bag and stays there until it grows up
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@Nevena83 (55603)
• Serbia
18 Nov
@viktrija64 I did not know that.
@Fa_Maverick (5900)
• Australia
19 Nov
Yep that is true and they are super cute.
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• Serbia
19 Nov
They are beautiful to me when they come out of the bag
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@prinzcy (8396)
• Malaysia
19 Nov
Saw it in a documentary once. Can't believe how huge it can grow.
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• Serbia
19 Nov
That's right. I saw this in the documentary and was surprised
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@NoorNoor (2174)
• India
18 Nov
Enjoy watching your TV show
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• Serbia
19 Nov
That why I love watching TV ,I got a lot of information
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@GooglePlus (2568)
18 Nov
That's too small as compared to dog/cat's kitten when born.
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• Serbia
19 Nov
That's right. I saw this in the documentary and was surprised
@marlina (113024)
• Canada
18 Nov
No, I did not know that, thanks
• Serbia
19 Nov
I saw this in the documentary and was surprised
@CarolDM (102898)
• United States
18 Nov
I love kangaroos but only have them in zoos and rarely on a farm in the US.
• Serbia
19 Nov
And I just saw it at the zoo.
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@Nakitakona (38458)
• Philippines
21 Nov
I don't know about that. It's good you tell us.
@resukill22 (25119)
• Las Pinas City, Philippines
19 Nov
That why I love watching TV ,I got a lot of information