Kangaroos: Aggressive Kick-Boxing Champs or Super Cute Best Friends?

Arshdeep Sarao
By Arshdeep Sarao
December 22, 2016Entertainmentshare
Kangaroos: Aggressive Kick-Boxing Champs or Super Cute Best Friends?

The video clip showing a man punching a huge kangaroo in the face to save his dog seems to point out that one should not mess with the kangaroo. But these “kick-boxing champs” with springy hind legs can be super cute as well.

Here we bring you some cool videos and photos collection that shows kangaroos are not only famous for their olympian style boxing and jumping abilities but these sturdy marsupials have an innocent and adorable nature too.

You be the judge, and vote below to tell us how you view these amazing creatures!

1. Woody Allen’s Famous Kick-Boxing Match With A Kangaroo

In a littler mood, its real fun watching the American filmmaker and actor, Woody Allen, hilariously engaged in a “boxing match” with a kangaroo.

The refree proudly holds the kangaroo’s arm to declare it as the winner of the match but then the “jealous” Allen goes close to the victorious kick-boxing kangaroo to “tease” it by making faces. The real laughter twist comes in the end of the video, when the kangaroo, who is now almost  desperate to kick someone ultimately knocks-down the refree out of the ring!

2. Baby Alia Playing With Her Kangaroo Friend

Baby Alia was introduced to kangaroo named Boomeroo when she was just a few days old. The two are now in love with each other!

Boomeroo, who looks huge in front of baby Alia, is always caring towards her, and they often hug and snuggle each other.

3. Kangaroo Tries to Drown a Dog, Another Dog Tries to Help

This viral video shows an aggressive looking great kangaroo trying to drown a dog in a pond, fiercely attacking and kicking to push it into water. Another pet dog tries to make noise and seems to call their owner and protect its “friend.”

There is a controversy attached to this clip, as many people think the kangaroo is innocent, it was just trying to avoid getting bitten and hurt by those dogs. Is it self-defence or what? Do share your comments below.

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