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Feeding kangaroos, Port Douglas, Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary
SOURCE: Richard Powers, courtesy of Tourism Australia, the tourism promotion authority of the government of Australia, used with permission.
Kangaroos are a native species of the continent of Australia.
The kangaroo is a national symbol of Australia and it is used as an emblem on the Australian coat of arms, on some of its currency and by some of Australia's best known organisations, including Qantas airline.
Port Douglas, a town in Far North Queensland, is located near the Great Barrier Reef, and it is a popular tourist destination.
NOTE: The information regarding Australia on this page is re-published from Australia Tourism Promotion Authority. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Australia information contained here. All suggestions for corrections of any errors about Australia should be addressed to Australia Tourism Promotion Authority.
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