Friendly wallaby still on the loose after escape in Langley, B.C.

LANGLEY, B.C. - A wallaby wandering through Langley, B.C., has the jump on everyone trying to find it.

The roughly metre-high creature, similar to a kangaroo, has been on the hop since earlier this week when RCMP say it escaped from an enclosure inside a home.

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