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Two teenagers drove 15 kangaroos and died

In Australia, two 17-year-olds killed 15 kangaroos and they are now under investigation. They could face up to five years in prison.

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  • In South Australia, two young men killed a pack of kangaroos.
  • A total of 15 animals died, including two children. A cub survived.

Two teenagers have been arrested in connection with a deadly attack on 15 kangaroos in Australia. The bomber struck shortly after noon in a coastal town south of Sydney, according to media reports. Locals found the animals killed on two different streets on Saturday.

After information from the public, both 17-year-olds could be arrested on Monday. OppositeBBCThe kangaroo pack informed police that it had collided with the car. Police did not provide any information on the motives of the perpetrators. The Animal welfare system wires He denounced the act as “tragic and meaningless.” The incident caused great controversy among local volunteers and residents.

According to the Animal Welfare Organization, three children were among the giant kangaroos attacked. The kangaroo was the only animal in the pack with only one of the babies. “When she came with us, she looked like she was dead,” Wire’s spokeswoman Genelle Renes told the ABC television station. Meanwhile, the little girl is doing “incredibly well”.

The two juvenile offenders are due to appear in November for the “merciless beating” of an animal Court Be responsible. After this Animal cruelty law in New South Wales Both young men face up to five years in prison and 22,000 Australians fined Dollar.

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