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Kangaroos and other animals were seldom or never found there: they abounded usually in the more scrubby country.
Snakes, lizards—ay, even the biggest kangaroos—succumbed after an ineffectual struggle.
He had shown the former how to spear kangaroos, he still exists and inspires poets.
Why this should be so it is difficult to explain, for the kangaroos have many points of remarkable interest.
With respect to the old kangaroos, their eyes and face are simply atrocious in their repulsive ugliness.
After a time the country became better; he saw and shot two kangaroos, and once more approached the coast.
Neither fish nor muscles remained in the creek, nor emus nor kangaroos on the plains.
The one holds his lands for a cattle-run or a farm, the other employs his in feeding kangaroos or in growing wild roots.
We saw several red kangaroos in the course of the day, and succeeded in killing one.
He went in front with the dogs, and led us a little away from the river to kill kangaroos, as he said.

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