Save The Koala Month on September, 2018: Do Kangaroo drinks water?
September, 2018 is Save The Koala Month 2018.
they do, its koalas that can live without drinking water becuase they get all the water they need from the leaves they eat. =]
Whats it like to raise a joey or a baby kangaroo(i know there the same thing some people might not)?
I helped raise them as a child and from what I can remember as I child I thought it was amazing. Once they were able to walk around we just let them in the back yard and eventually they would roam further and further away.
We lived where there were no wildlife rescues so when my Dad found them down the drilling holes he would bring them home for us to raise. We did a great job with most of them some did die and that was sad.
Oh and to add Kangaroos do roam around some streets and koalas as well. There is a dead kangaroo at the bottom of my street that has been hit by a car and I saved a Koala a few years ago. It was sitting in a tree with really bad chlamydia. I rang the Koala sanctuary and they came and took it away. A couple of months later they rang me back to inform me she was great and was still able to reproduce. They had released her in the bush were I live and named her after me. (That was pretty cool)
Oh and I live only 45min from Brisbane City.
Should the government of Australia introduce a law for all newly built houses to have water tanks installed?
Yes I think it is appropriate for where we live. We've had enough worry regarding water shortages in the last few months and if you follow climate change (I am not a sceptic, but I don't believe everything they spoon feed us) predictions there is supposed to be less rain in the future.
Besides I'm sure in the long run we will be happy to save a buck instead of buying our water. No doubt they'll invent a nifty way to tax us though; that is what Australia is famous for, besides the cuddly Koalas and Kangaroos ;)