Roger, The Muscular Kangaroo Dies At The Age Of 12

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The famous brawny Kangaroo, Roger has died at the age of 12. 

Written By Aishwaria Sonavane | Mumbai | Updated On:

The famous brawny Kangaroo, Roger has died at the age of 12. 

The muscular Kangaroo rose to fame back in 2015 after he crushed a metal bucket with his paws, with a physique enough to make a man envious. The internet sensational Kangaroo passed away at the age of 12 with natural causes at the Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs. 

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The Kangaroo who stood tall at 6 feet 5 inches and weighed 88 kilos was rescued as a baby by the owner of the Sanctuary, Chris Barnes in 2006. Barnes nursed him, eventually, he went on to become the Alpha male. 

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Sharing a post on Facebook, in a video, Barnes shared the news of his death, "Farewell our darling Roger. Sadly Roger has passed away of old age. He lived a lovely long life and was loved by millions around the world. We will always love you and miss you, Roger" 

He told the Daily Mail Australia that his daily exercise regime included sparring (kickboxing) and chasing his human 'mum', that's Barnes

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