First 5 minutes of a 1/2 hr TV documentary, from the series Australia's Natural Wonders.
Kangaroo Island is famous for its untamed wildlife species and natural beauty. With a surface of 4500 sq km, the island has very few feral species allowing animal and bird populations to thrive. We can see Koalas dozing in lofty eucalypts, sea lions basking in white sandy beaches or rocky cliffs, black swans on shimmering lagoons, abundant bird life and kangaroos and wallabies day and night… everywhere. The famous Seal Bay, Kelly Hills Cave, Remarkable Rocks, Admirals Arch, the New Zealand Fur-seal at Cape du Couedic, the wildlife in Flinders Chase National Park, American River, the north coast and Cape Willoughby with the oldest lighthouse is South Australia. Kangaroos, Wallabies, Cape Barren geese among many wildlife species.
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