“It's low in fat, it's got high protein levels, it's very clean in the sense that basically it's the ultimate free range animal.” — Peter Ampt of the University of South Wales, commenting on the desirability of kangaroo as a substitute for cattle and sheep in the human diet because it's meat is not only nutritious but kangaroos emit only a small fraction of the greenhouse gases that ruminant, grazing animals do. (from Agence France Presse, Oct. 1, 2008)
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