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Wallaroo missing near Spokane back home

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DEER PARK -- A young wallaroo missing for nearly a month in the Deer Park area north of Spokane is safely back home after being spotted in a neighbor's blueberry patch.
KHQ-TV reported that owner Andie Davis got a phone call Tuesday from the neighbor, who reported seeing Hopkins.
Davis headed for the blueberry patch about a mile away and soon had the 2˝-year-old creature secured.
Hopkins broke out of his pen in August. Now he's back home with his mom, Bouncy, and his brother, Dave.
Davis said she's added locks so he doesn't wander again.
A wallaroo is a type of kangaroo.
Story tags » AnimalsDeer Park

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