A Kangaroo who got extracted shows her gratitude every day, and it is the cutest thing in the world!
Kangaroo is probably the most famous animal in Australia, and is known for his strong back legs and unique stomach pouches.
They can jump 10 feet in a single stride, and move in speeds that reach 48 km/h.
Kangaroo infants, also known as 'Joey', are in their mother's pouch. When kangaroos feel threatened, they will stomp the ground with their feet, and kick and bite their enemy.
But not all of them are aggressive. Some are just happy to be alive, like this one kangaroo in Alice Springs, Australia, which is probably the warmest and most loving kangaroo the reserve's handlers have ever met.
Abigail (or Abbi) is a 10 years old kangaroo that's been in the reserve since she was a baby. She's so happy to be there that every day she gives a hug to her handlers.
She give hugs for several years, according to the handlers of the place. She came to the park when she was five months old and have since became 'the queen of the reserve'.