Meet the mob of street-smart kangaroos moving into Australia’s capital city and the ecologists who follow their every move. Over the course of one drought-stricken year, follow mob leader, Black Spot, and kangaroo mother, Madge, with her two young joeys — mischievous Sonny and tiny pouch-bound Alice. This is a look at what happens when human development encroaches on wildlife habitat and two very different species are forced to co-exist.
available74432185855527cove7443Kangaroo MobThe kangaroo population around Australia's capital has exploded to the tens of thousands.2012-01-10 23:01:00publishdisabledshowfalse7465Filming Urban RoosKangaroo Mob Producer Sally Ingleton on the film and what urban kangaroos can teach us.2012-01-10 23:01:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/files/2014/09/Mezzanine_395-480x270.jpg2185498582cove7458The Head RooMeet Blackspot, the dominant male of a local Canberra kangaroo mob.2012-01-10 23:01:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/files/2014/09/Mezzanine_843-480x270.jpg2178981317cove
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