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Hilarious video shows Kangaroo farting before wafting the smell away with one and hand

  • Amusing footage has emerged on YouTube of a kangaroo sprung farting
  • The adopted grey kangaroo then uses his paw to try to get rid of any smell
  • The footage was filmed in Western Australia northeast of Perth

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Hilarious footage has emerged of a cute kangaroo with adorable manners. 

The adopted kangaroo was sprung in the act farting, who then uses one of his paws to try to get rid of any smell so it doesn’t offend his mate nearby.

The footage was filmed by Georgina Steytler, 45, who adopts orphaned kangaroos with her husband in Toodyay, 85 kilometres north-east of Perth in Western Australia.

 

Possum the grey kangaroo (pictured) tries to waft away any smell so it doesn’t offend his mate Peanut (behind)

Possum looks away after he is captured on film letting rip 

Possum looks away after he is captured on film letting rip 

‘After noticing one of the grey kangaroos, named Possum, was quite gassy one evening she decided to film it,’ the video description states.

‘The hilarious clip shows Possum letting rip and seemingly using his one paw to waft the smell away.’

Ms Steytler can be heard in the background laughing at Possum’s funny antics. 

‘After adopting the kangaroos we decided to keep them in pouches inside the house,’ she told msn.com.

‘It’s a bit juvenile I know but gosh it made us giggle.’

The 15 second clip starring Possum (pictured) has already attracted several hundred views since it was uploaded to YouTube on Thursday

The 15 second clip starring Possum (pictured) has already attracted several hundred views since it was uploaded to YouTube on Thursday

The adopted grey kangaroos will be released back into the wild later this year

The adopted grey kangaroos will be released back into the wild later this year

Possum and his mate Peanut live in a custom built kangaroo enclosure.

‘In another month or so they will go into another enclosure in the bush area and released back into the wild by the end of the year,’ Ms Steytler said.

The 15 second clip has already attracted several hundred views since it was uploaded to YouTube on Thursday.

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