We reported before that police pursued and captured a kangaroo in Budapest’s 21st district last week. Now another marsupial was spotted in North Hungary’s Börzsöny mountains. You can check out the video taken of the animal below.
As MTI reported then, police chased a kangaroo for 5-6 kilometres in the Csepel district in the southern part of the capital before capturing it in a blanket, without causing any injury to the animal. The marsupial was returned to the Budapest Zoo, where he still lives today. However, the police could not determine from where the kangaroo escaped or the identity of its owner. HERE you can check out the photos and watch the video the police made last Sunday.
Somebody shared a video on Facebook about another kangaroo wandering in the wilderness of North Hungary’s Börzsöny mountains. The marsupial was spotted between the Paphegy and Királyrét. Interestingly, the kangaroo was not afraid of the car or the people sitting in it. Furthermore, rtl.hu confirmed that the tape is real.
It is hard to tell the type of the marsupial. Its fur is more greyish than reddish. It is imaginable that it is an eastern or western grey kangaroo (Macropus giganteus or Macropus fuliginosuso).
Here is the video: