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The existence of a stable North American breeding population of kangaroos has never been confirmed, even though sightings are quite common. Some breeding populations of feral kangaroos in Europe have been accepted as real by mainstream scientists, but not in enough places to account for the widespread spatial scale of European kangaroo sightings. The escapes of occasional pet kangaroos in Europe and North America do not seem to explain the sheer number of sightings, and escapes from zoos or the circus are rare, with the animals generally being recaptured within a few days at most.
originally posted by: Spader
a reply to: underwerks
Who knows what kind of creatures are being bred via the crossing of species.
I've read some very scary stories (stories mind you) about who knows what agencies experimenting with the crossing of species.
Dog men, the Mothman, cuchcabra, etc. being created.
Some stories even mention that these creatures are let loose on unsuspecting populations.
originally posted by: Butterfinger
That Okie Kangaroo was a pet and was recaptured within a few days of that vid. No cryptid there.
originally posted by: BASSPLYR
I understand that kangaroos are naturally leery of dogs. So one attacking a dog isnt out of the question in my opinion. Especially if its a big red.
But id also imagine a dogman (if thet exist and arent just the latest modern folklore) would look just like a kangaroo frpm the rear as its jumping over a fence to scamper off. And according to the stories thet attack dogs frequently and have a vengeful streak inthem being territorial.