Australian superhero is called ‘adoptive mom’ to tens of orphaned kangaroo

Some people have the deepest compassion and gratitude that can ever exist in their hearts for the sake of animals.

Chris Barnes, an Australian who already has dedicated his life to saving newborn kangaroos in his nation, is one of these heroes.

Chris, also known as ‘Brolga’ – the Aboriginal term for the huge Australian crane – has rescued hundreds of abandoned kangaroos over the previous decade.

Australian superhero is called ‘adoptive mom’ to tens of orphaned kangaroo

This angel was also a “surrogate parent” to about 30 young joeys.

Chris began his arduous and dedicated effort in 2005, when he established his first orphan, kangaroo rehabilitation facility in Alice Springs.

‘Brolga’ has attempted to open a 90-acre Kangaroo Sanctuary four years later.

Then he appeared in “Kangaroo Bluff,” a British documentary series.

Despite his international celebrity, the compassionate Aussie has remained the same modest man he was as always.

Australian superhero is called ‘adoptive mom’ to tens of orphaned kangaroo

“I’m used to surviving without far more than a covering to keep it from falling out, since I’ve done it before when I couldn’t afford a house.”

“I have always had the best of all worlds now,” the caregiver said to The Daily.

As he confesses, this is the existence that truly fulfills him – away from the chaos and contemporary world, just him and his pet kangaroo in the wild.

Australian superhero is called ‘adoptive mom’ to tens of orphaned kangaroo

His everyday schedule consists entirely on caring for those poor creatures.

Feed them, entertain them, and keep them warm. And, in the end, it is what made him a proud guy.

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