Peek-a-roo! Rare baby tree kangaroo pokes his head out of mum's pouch - the first born in captivity in 36 years
Adorable photos from Perth Zoo in Western Australia shows a baby tree kangaroo poking its head out of its mother's pouch.
He flips his tail and pops his head in and out of his mothers' pouch while she eats a stick of broccoli, seemingly disinterested in the zookeepers cooing in the background.
Six-month-old Mian is the first tree kangaroo to be born at the zoo in 36 years. The species is hugely endangered and his birth makes him one of only 15 males in the global species management program.