It's funny when you think that something so common to us is so unreal for someone else.
I imagine in Australia they see Kangaroo on the side of the road like we do deer. lol
Haha not in the city or the suburbs but you do see wallabies (mini kangaroos) when you get hobby-farm/semi rural. We see wallabies all the time trail riding.
Year 9 camp, we camped for a week (yuk rain) and went to our tents after dinner one night to see wallaby going through our things o.o it was very cute though.
And there was a wallaby which stood and stared at me while I did my business in a bush. And it WOULDN't leave.
We saw lots of wombats too and had to stop for a goanna to cross the track (it was 1m + and we didn't feel like getting mauled lol.)
Plus lots of lovely snakes and spiders...the female sydney funnelweb is the most venomous in the world. There would be a couple of tens of them in our backyard, we just never see them. I found one in a pool once, thought it was a leaf and swam down to investigate because it was blowing bubbles, came up gasping the leaf was ALIVE o.o scary stuff. \
OK, back to moose (plural mooses? Moosi? Meese??)
ETA Soenjer - I don't think I would either...