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Jackson Vincent is used to seeing kangaroos roaming
 his family’s Margaret River property 
but imagine his shock at being greeted by this monster
 “bodybuilder” roo this week.
Fremantle’s Jackson Vincent snapped these astounding photographs
 of the huge roo tensing its rippling muscles in Boodjidup Creek,
 on Tuesday.

The 27-year-old couldn’t believe his eyes when he clocked
 the mammoth two metre mammal standing in the water –
 and feared it could be preparing to attack beloved pet dog Dharma.

Jackson had been visiting his grandmother 
in Margaret River and saw the gargantuan animal 
on her property at about 11.30am.
He said: “I have been going to that creek since I was a little boy 
and there have always been kangaroos on the property.

“I definitely wouldn’t like to take him on in a boxing match.”

“As I ran around him to take a picture he came closer
 and that was when I realised he was coming right at me 
and he was really big – one of the biggest I have ever seen.
“I am pretty confident around animals but the moment
 when he started to come out of the water 
my heart definitely jumped and I decided to take a few steps back.
The huge roo emerges from the water.
“He looked to be at least two metres (6ft 5in) tall or taller
 and must have weighed at least 100 kg (16st).

“He had a really big body and was taller than me.
 There are a lot of roos at my grandma’s place
 but I have never seen one that muscular before 
 he was a big macho male.


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