A MAN CREATES A SANCTUARY FOR ORPHANED KANGAROOS AFTER THEIR MOTHERS ARE HIT BY CARS

We regularly read about people dedicating their lives to saving animals by building shelters, but this is the first time we hear (and write) about a refuge designed specifically for orphaned kangaroos.

Chris “Brolga” Barns, who established this in Alice Spring, Australia, decided to build something in first person to help these adorable animals after working as a bird keeper in Western Australia and a zoo keeper in the Northern Territory.

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He established his own sanctuary to aid kangaroos whose moms were hit by automobiles, and he currently cares for 28 of them. He typically rescues baby kangaroos from the side of the road while they are still in their mother’s pouch.

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Luckily Chris received many donations that helped him pursuing his dream.