Loose kangaroo startles Washington state drivers
PASCO, Wash. (AP) - July 3, 2012 (WPVI) -- Startled drivers weren't seeing things - it really was a kangaroo hopping down the highway in Washington state.
The meandering marsupial nearly caused a couple of accidents Saturday and police responded, keeping the 'roo off the road while its owner tracked it down and caught it with help from friends.
A local television station reports that the owner lives in an area of the state where it's legal to own exotic pets. The Franklin County resident also has a zebra.
washington, wildlife preservation, animals
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