Funny how animals often show more sense than people. Otherwise @sureshs BMI wouldn't be half of his genious level IQ and his other 2 triplet brothers would have survived early childhood.We can feed koalas and kangaroos, BUT only in the zoo or sanctuary where they have special foods for them. (Usually some kind of seeds for Kangaroos... Koalas would eat eucalyptus leaves).
We should not feed the Koala and Kangaroos in the nature reserve or in the wild, as they are wild animals. They can get sick from eating food from human beings. Same with wild birds like swans and ducks... we must not feed them or they will develop sickness called "angel wings" caused by human food that is too rich in protein and carbohydrate (hello white bread!!!) and the swans and ducks would grow abnormally and the babies wouldn't be able to fly or even to walk. They would die eventually as they can't swim or fly or defend themselves from predator.
In one bird feeding place, they now actually discourage tourists feeding the birds. But if the tourists really want to feed the bird, they have to pay a certain amount of money and then they will be given some seeds and first they will have to disinfect their hands to avoid spreading human virus or bacteria to birds.
If you guys are here, I can take you to a nice bushwalk in the national park nearby. I used to be a keen birdwatcher and took many photos of birds in the forest. They are colourful and sing beautifully. I once filmed a family of Kookaburra feeding their youngs in an old ant's nest on a tree. It's amazing. Little Kookaburra baby would gulp one big insect or little frog! There were three babies and the parents would note which one that they have fed, so when they come back with food the next few minutes, they would give the food to the ones that haven't been fed. I once saw a Kookaburra near my house eating a snake too.
One of my biggest moments in life was swimming and cuddling w dolphins. Done that twice in one week. All the new age stuff that’s said about dolphins is true and it’s even more to it.At Dreamworld I did that when I was younger. Still have the photo. Mine was a baby too.
Cool. Sounds like you had an awesome experience but unfortunately I cannot swim but maybe if I cuddled and fed them in the shallow waters, might be better for me.One of my biggest moments in life was swimming and cuddling w dolphins. Done that twice in one week. All the new age stuff that’s said about dolphins is true and it’s even more to it.
I recommend to put that on a bucket list!
Yes it’s fun just doing it shallow water as well! My son was 4 when he did it. The shallow water maybe even the most fun as you get close to the dolphin that way.Cool. Sounds like you had an awesome experience but unfortunately I cannot swim but maybe if I cuddled and fed them in the shallow waters, might be better for me.
have got a bucket list though hehe.
When I was there, we did a day tour and one of the parks that we visited on the tour had a bunch of cool animals. I remember there was a guy working there holding a baby alligator and the dude only had one arm. I wanted to ask him how he lost the arm, but never did.At Dreamworld I did that when I was younger. Still have the photo. Mine was a baby too.