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Roger the Jacked Kangaroo dies




  Roger the torn kangaroo has died

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Roger the torn kangaroo died this weekend at the age of 1

2 for natural reasons. The massive marsupial gained a following in the social media due to its size and muscle definition. It stood at 6 ", 7" and weighs in at 196 lbs.

Roger ❤️ 💪🏽 as Roger alpha chief males his height when standing was about 2 yards (6ft 7 The scratching sound he makes tells me to be removed from his kangaroos, and the red on his neck is a scent men rub against trees, etc., to mark their territory

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on November 16, 2018. Roger spent his life in the Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs, Australia, after his mother joined a He was hit by a tragedy at an early age, Roger lived a full life in the sanctuary and was in charge of the site as I resident alpha male, collecting around 12. Chris "Brolga Barns", founder of the Sanctuary, has this touching video to Roger posted on the Facebook page of the Sanctuary. You can see it here:

Roger landed on the radar of the media for the first time when a picture of him came in 2015 when he crushed a metal bucket. Roger retired from his role as an alpha male in 2017 when his son Monty beat him in a kickboxing match. Monty may not have the same muscle definition as his father, but he's just as big and even taller than Roger. This family is essentially the Hemsworths of Kangaroos.

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alpha male 💜 Monty is Roger's son and after a quick kickboxing match with Roger, he took over the Alpha Men role.

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Retired, Roger struggled with vision and arthritis. Barnes says kangaroos can live up to 14 years, but few wild kangaroos make it to this age. According to the BBC, Barnes buried Roger in the sanctuary so that "he will always be here."

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The last photo of Roger that we took was just days before he passed by. He relaxed in front of a large feed. 💕 Thank you all for your nice messages about Roger. He was so well loved by you all. 19

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