'They're Bonded Like Siblings': Rescued Wallaby and Wombat Share a Meal

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Two sisterly marsupials — a wombat and a wallaby — shared a meal from the same bowl in Kalkite, New South Wales, after being rescued by a wildlife carer.

Gordon McCoullough told Storyful he rescued the wombat, Molly, and the redneck wallaby, Juliet, from a vehicle accident about eight months ago.

The pair had been “raised together and bonded like siblings”, he added. In this video, filmed on February 17, Molly rubs Juliet’s ear while the wallaby is munching on her food.

Their meal consisted of a mix of rolled oats, carrots, sweet potato and other supplements, according to McCoullough. He said he would release the two Australian native animals back into the wild this year when they had reached maturity. Credit: Gordon McCoullough via Storyful

  • A
    Cutest little pair! Could watch them forever. Can they survive in the wild though? Good intentions to release them but not sure if they can now survive without their humans.
  • H
    Lucky little things that they have a second chance.
  • A
    Love animals
  • G
    Awww....this is so sweet! Wallabys are so cute, and I love Wombats! They're adorable!
  • m
    Too cute!
  • M
    Love,love them.
  • L
    Can they be put back into the wild after they have been fed and cared for....they are so adorable!!!
  • P
    you have kept them for so long captive and then release them back to wild, not sure if they can survive on their own, after being feed for every meal.
  • F
    Australia, greatest place on earth!
  • J
    My heart melted when I watched this video. God bless these people who are caring for these babies. Too bad leaders worldwide can’t get along.
BigS15 小時前
How about making sure it could fly first.
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