'Wallaby' on loose in Dungannon
Mystery surrounds the appearance of this little fellow in a field in County Tyrone.
He looks like a wallaby - which is used to much warmer temperatures - but seems right at home in the grass in Brantry near Eglish.
The little creature has created quite a bit of a stir among passers-by.
Many people have been stopping to have a look - but no one knows just how he managed to make it from Oz to his new surroundings.
Fergus McAnallen who took photographs of the creature said there was a "steady stream" of people trying to see it.
"I don't think anybody has any idea where it has come from," he said.
Sinn Fein councillor Phelim Gildernew said he had seen the 'wallaby'.
"It was in the lane way up to a farm," he said.
"It stayed there for quite a while, maybe half an hour or so. It hopped about back and forward up and down the lane.
"It didn't seem to be in any distress."
He said the 'wallaby' was creating a bit of controversy in the area.
"A lot of people are very sceptical when you tell them there's a kangaroo or a wallaby or whatever, they take it with a pinch of salt, but I can assure them it's true, it's there," he said.
He said the animal seemed to be fairly confident around people.
"I assume either somebody lost it or dropped it off, it didn't just come from Australia on its own," he said.