Huge kangaroo caught taking a bath in Perth riverby Richard Bailey 11/10/2017 20:13:00 0 comments 1 Views
- A huge boomer was photographed having a dip in a Western Australian creek
- The massive animal looked a bit peeved that his splash was interrupted
- Standing in waist-deep water, the buck's sculpted muscles looked huge
- It was speculated the large animal had its eyes on the photographer's dog
By Brooke Rolfe For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 06:46 EDT, 11 October 2017 | Updated: 20:13 EDT, 11 October 2017
A very muscular kangaroo has been spotted taking a dip in a river in Western Australia.
The giant boomer was pictured having a splash in the Boodjidup Creek, in Margaret River, about four hours south of Perth.
The majestic marsupial offered a defiant expression as it stood in waist-deep water and looked straight down the lens of the camera, its arm and chest muscles bulging.
An enormous kangaroo (pictured) was pictured looking pretty annoyed after his bath in a creek was interrupted by a man and his dog
The giant boomer was pictured having a splash in the Boodjidup Creek, in Margaret River
Multiple photos of the rare event were shared to Facebook on Wednesday and quickly attracted more than 850 likes and nearly 3,000 shares.
More than 600 people commented on the bizarre occurrence, with many people expressing disbelief at the animal's physique.
The kangaroo appeared a bit off-put that his river bath had been interrupted, sporting a rather displeased look as it glared at the human intruders.
More than 600 people commented on the bizarre occurrence, with multiple expressing their disbelief at its enormous size
Many pointed out the buck's impressive physique and its threatening stance, despite most of its body being submerged.
'Wow, what a brilliant powerful roo. Look at his paws and claws. Have you ever seen a roo that big,' one social media user wrote.
Another put themselves in the kangaroo's place, writing: 'Are you right mate!! I’m trying to have a bath here, fair dinkum.'
Some speculated the photographer's pet dog had chased the creature into the river.
It was also suggested bucks used standing in water as a tactic to entice dogs towards them, making it easy for them to plan an attack.
Others pointed out the strangely human exoression on the animal's face.
Some speculated the photographer's pet dog had chased the creature into the river - the kangaroo retreating in the water to protect itself