This isn't a kangaroo, it's a wallaby! While the two species are related, they're not one in the same. To welcome the yet-unnamed baby peeking out of mommy Bertha's pouch in Hanover, Germany, I've been kicking back and reading up on these cool creatures. Since you're already kangaroo experts, learn about some differences between kangaroos and wallabies and start this slideshow!
Delicious? Well, from the looks of it, lil Einstein here seems to love his grubby snack. A 3-week-old Griffon Vulture, this species is a carrion feeder, which means the birds live off of other rotting animals found in the wild.
In captivity, fresh meat is brought in for yum time, and this bird gets hand-fed by keepers at the zoo in Hanover, Germany, since the minders will be raising him. Thankfully, none of the dinnertime pics are too gruesome.
My favorite is the one when the lil bird tries to take a chomp out of the human's beak, errr, nose, so see for yourself and read more