As the grass grows more slowly, the wallabies and roos are being driven to eat plants they don’t regularly fancy.
This wallaby was being very intense about one of the rosemary bushes, which are all grotesquely pruned each winter to leggy topknots.
Several branches were held firmly together in his paws while he stripped them. Still holding these, he then stretched up to seize yet another with his mouth. ‘Greedy beast!’ I muttered through the window.
Hearing me, he dropped the branches and turned around with an expression of great innocence.
H-mm. I wonder if rosemary-fed wallaby would be a gourmet dish like rosemary-fed lamb?
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I wonder if rosemary-fed wallaby would be a gourmet dish like rosemary-fed lamb?
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