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Golfer attacked by kangaroo in Australia – “stable”

Golfer attacked by kangaroo in Australia – “stable”

According to the media, the Marsupial attack took place in Arundel on the Gold Coast, which is popular among tourists. The 69-year-old woman sustained serious injuries to her head and jaw and her arms and legs, according to Broadcast 9 News.

The beast, which attacked without any warning, suddenly kicked the Australians. “With that first kick she fell to the ground and the kangaroo kicked her several times while she was on the ground,” said Joel McGowan, Queensland Ambulance Operations Chief. The media called it a “malicious attack.” It is not clear why the kangaroo attacked the Australians without provoking them.

In general, animals are quiet – but they can become aggressive if they feel threatened, according to the Queensland Environment Department. “Although the risk of this happening is very low, we still need to be more careful around the animals,” it said.

According to 9 News, this is the third kangaroo attack since mid-March. A teenager in the state of Victoria was riding a moped when he was suddenly knocked down by a kangaroo bike that jumped out of the woods. The 14-year-old boy was hospitalized for ten days with multiple injuries. In March, a three-year-old girl in New South Wales was attacked and seriously injured by a kangaroo’s house property.

The kangaroo is the national animal of Australia. There are four types of hopping marsupials: red kangaroo, eastern gray kangaroo, western gray kangaroo and antelope kangaroo. In tropical Queensland, the eastern gray kangaroo is the most common.