The Eastern-grey Kangaroo is a species that is endemic to Australia. These large marsupials are commonly seen around the Australian bush or in an open grassy field where they feed or rest under large shades. They live in medium to large communities where there is one dominant male.
Kangaroo families often feed, rest, move, and sometimes fight together. Observing each Kangaroo within a family and photographing them while they conduct their daily activities is a long but entertaining job. Kangaroos typically graze most of the time. However, even while doing so, they can be quite fun.
Usually, mothers will feed while joeys practice fighting, or looking out for possible danger, or exploring their surroundings.