Ditch feather fascinators this racing season about kangaroo's life span - Newborn in one month after being killed. Kangaroo is usually killed after about a month.
Kangaroo killed after 18-months.
Kangaroo killed after three to six years.
The research was published by the Institute of Environmental Biology in London, published a statement by the Animal and Plant Health Sciences Department at the University of Southern Queensland, and was carried out by researchers including Dr James Skelton, and Dr Andrew McAlpine.
The study found that a kangaroo's life span is not a given.
"They die by about the age of 16 months old, the life expectancy is not really defined, and when it comes to their health, there are so many factors that work in their favour - they are just more likely to die younger," Dr McAlpine said.
"They live longer if they have a longer life expectancy at birth or higher body mass index, because when you are pregnant, you have to eat that many calories in the diet to maintain a normal size.
"But the number of variables are so numerous that when we have a kangaroo it really becomes really complicated."
Photo: The Kangaroo Rescue
Kangaroos have long been considered vulnerable to predators. The Newborn Animal of the Year 2013 named after the kangaroo is, however, killed by hunters in a few locations in Victoria, Western Australia, and the Northern Territory.
This year's Kangaroo was shot on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. In February, a Kowera in Western Australia was killed by a spear thrower and its body was left behind in the mud.
The species is listed as Vulnerable under the federal government's Wildlife Conservation Act which says the federal government has three years to assess each state and territory's population. The Kangaroo is listed as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act which was created when the European settlement began.
This year's death is the most recent one. Kangaroos were listed as Vulnerable under the ACT's Endangered Species Act in 2011, but a conservation minister in New South Wales said the legislation was not intended to protect kangaroos.
The Department of Environment and Heritage says that this year's death is not unusual - there have been 16 recorded kangaroo deaths so far in Victoria.
"You have to remember that the government's target population is the average of koalas, so even if we had a population that was twice as large as the average one, there's still a very low risk for the koalas," the Department of Environment and Heritage's Mark Haldane said.
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The two men, identified as Abdul H. Al-Yaboub and Abdul-Aziz Al-Salmari, are thought to have left Dubai with the help of a passenger who said he was planning to travel to the Gulf. The passenger told investigators that they drove from Dubai to Kuwait in the summer after receiving a phone call from one of the suspects.
But according to news reports, no arrests were made by authorities there after the phone call came from Dubai to Kuwait City. Dubai police said they were not able to comment further after the incident.
At one point, the men were in contact with investigators as they were leaving, and then had a talk about whether to stay the night in Dubai or to travel to Kuwait City, the latest report said. The suspects are known to the authorities, but have denied all charges, and they have told local media that they do not care about their legal status, according to Al Arabiya News.
"It's extremely unfortunate that such a sensitive matter that they're handling cannot be solved or resolved, without the help of the international community," the country's security minister, Asim al-Zayed, was quoted as saying by CNN.
The UAE government was "in complete shock and grief," Interior Minister Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan told CNN on Sunday.
It is not clear what would happen if the two men end up in the Gulf, or if they might have to leave the country in a legal grey area -- a situation that experts say could be costly and traumatic for the UAE's tourism sector.
"In the case of their continued participation in terrorism in the country they're operating from, the future stability of the region is greatly affected," said Thomas A. Brennan, a scholar at the London School of Economics and International Affairs who worked on the Gulf economy.
But for Al-Salehi's family, his return home to Kuwait is just the way to go.
"It's all gone from the inside now. My sister is crying right now, just really emotional," he told Reuters. "We had a heart attack. I don't think I'm going to last another day as I'm here now, but we will. I hope we'll see them again."
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The official of India's National Stock Exchange said that when Indian rupee depreciated to 494.54 per dollar in September last year, it had become a net beneficiary of global commodities, since it had a net export of 100 million metric tons of rice which has been in the country for a year and a half.
Rice, the staple grain of almost 50 million Indians, is a key component in almost every food and household product, says the research.
According to one of the researchers, Aashish Gupta, while rice is important for more than half India's GDP, global grains are a net export.
Globally, rice is important as a staple, but India can become an export economy in the future by making rice available on the global market in good quality, cheap and local varieties.
India is seeking trade ties with the rest of world with the world's biggest grain supplier, China. India's grains sector has become a key contributor to the Chinese grain export market, a report by the research house says.