He's a walking and talking poster for Australia but it seems Hugh Jackman still gets a thrill from playing the tourist Down Under. The X-Men star, who has been travelling around the globe in his iconic Australian Akubra hat recently, has posted a shot to Instagram on Friday sitting on the back of a boat watching dolphins. The 46-year-old is believed to have been fishing with family and friends south of Melbourne, where the actor has been for the past week. The clip appears to be taken with a phone in one hand and feed in the other, with the camera work shaky. 'This Kango knows where the buffet is. ' he told his followers of the small grey Australian marsupial. Across the week, the Hollywood hunk was seen around the Mornington Peninsula and Rye foreshore with his wife Deborra-Lee Furness and their two children Oscar and Ava. He shared a selfie on social media telling fans it's 'so good to be home' before joking: 'Still can't manage to take a proper "selfie". Getting in some time with the boys, the Sydney-born star took in the NRL State Of Origin rugby league match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Wednesday. Barracking for his home-side squad, the New South Wales Blues, the actor even donned the team scarf on the cold winter's evening in the corporate box. Source: www.dailymail.co.uk
It's a trend that has been doing the rounds and that seen tourists travel for days just to snap a selfie with a friendly quokka. And now Serenity actor Nathan Fillion has snapped a shot with the diminutive marsupial when he holidayed at Australia's Rottnest Island inhabited by scores of the animated animals. The proud 44-year-old jumped on the bandwagon of the selfie trend sweeping Western Australia and posed in a hoodie beside his obliging furry friend on Saturday. One of Australia's most-loved creatures, the quokka shot to international fame in 2013 when US news site The Huffington Post named them 'the happiest animal in the world'. Since then, they have become the most sought-after animal to say 'cheese' with and the hashtag #quokkaselfie has featured heavily on Instagram and Twitter with tourists visiting the land Down Under. The tiny marsupial, which is also known at the short-tailed wallaby, has one of the most animated faces amongst its animal peers and genuinely seems to love taking a selfie. Its face visibly lights up and it smiles in a cartoon-ish way when a camera is pointed as its face. Unlike some of the more well-known Australian wildlife, such as the boxing kangaroo or the snap-happy crocodile, the quokka is perhaps the easiest animal to approach because of its affable nature. Source: www.dailymail.co.uk
How's this for creature comfort. Japanese firm invents hoodie that allows you to cuddle up with your CAT wherever you go 'Mewgaroo' is sweatshirt with large pouch at front, big enough to hold a cat Lined with thick fur to keep pets snug, much like a Joey kangaroo Hoodie, which... The fleece-lined pouch is fully detachable and washable to help get rid of that problematic animal fur. It can be purchased at Unihabitat, a Japanese brand that develops pet products. Satomi Ando, the brand manager, came up with the idea having realised it was a problem for cat owners when their pets sat on their laps and demanded daily attention. Source: www.dailymail.co.uk
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