Seeing Tasmanian Angels. Those were red-necked kangaroos from the Tasmanian Hills, to be exact, which are used to living in colder climes. They were kept in a pen right next to the Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Jubiläumswarte, or should I say Emperor-Francis-Joseph-anniversary-lookout-tower. When it comes to their eating habits –
hay, leaves, fruit, vegetables, roots, tree barks – they were described as a cross between a horse and guinea pig, if I noted that down correctly.