Meet the muscular marsupial who crushes metal buckets to boost his bulging biceps.
Roger, a red kangaroo from Australia, has come a long way in the last decade.
He was rescued by The Kangaroo Sanctuary – based in Alice Springs in central Australia – nine years ago.
Back then he was a hairless orphan, but Roger has developed into an intimidating adult kangaroo.
He measures two-metres tall and weighs in at 89 kilograms, according to the sanctuary.
Most kangaroos weigh between 22 and 54 kilograms, says the World Animal Foundation.
The sanctuary says Roger has built his impressive frame by following his favourite workout: crushing metal feed buckets.
TOP IMAGE CREDIT: Facebook/The Kangaroo Sanctuary