Taken last year near Hay NSW - these blokes are very inquisitive, and if you sit still in the bush, they will slowly approach and watch from behind a tree or such (bloody "stickybeaks"). If driving in the bush they are often seen "pacing" a car, and I think they can reach speeds of about 40 mph. They can also be very dangerous to humans if they are cornered or feel threatened - their feet have formidable claws. They can stand over 6' tall.
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