Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park with Zeb and Eider Duck

We entered Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park and were greeted by these kangaroos.

Our kangaroo greeters

Our kangaroo greeters

These were the first white kangaroo we saw.   Aren’t they adorable?

Aren't they adorable. Our first white kangaroos

Aren’t they adorable. Our first white kangaroos

Soon the humans were given kangaroo food and the kangaroos were ready.

They like humans to feed them

They like humans to feed them

These guys are so gentle with humans.   They like people.

These kangaroos like humans

These kangaroos like humans

And they like ducks.

Kangaroos and ducks meet

Kangaroos and ducks meet

This white peacock was watching us.

White peacock

White peacock

Watch out!   This is a common tiger snake, but it is one of the most poisonous and dangerous snakes in Australia

Tiger Snake--very poisonous!

Tiger Snake–very poisonous!

We saw many colorful birds, but we really liked the Southern Cassowary.

Southern Cassowary

Southern Cassowary

This is the smallest penguin.

Fairy penguin or Little Penguin

Fairy penguin or Little Penguin

They are sometimes known as Fairy Penguins, and sometimes called Little Penguins.    Here are the koalas.

Koala at rest

Koala at rest

Koalas sleep about 20 hours each day, but this guy was awake and moving.

Koala on the move

Koala on the move

He wanted the humans to touch him.

Koala likes humans

Koala likes humans

Isn’t he just too cute?   Another snake is here.

Snakes are not all bad

Snakes are not all bad

This one is not poisonous.   Our humans touch it.   They like the snake.   One of the ladies on our tour is holding this baby kangaroo?

Baby kangaroo likes humans also

Baby kangaroo likes humans also

It is so cute.   We hope you visit an animal park here or near your home soon.   It is fun!

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