In what sounds like a gardening idea from children's book, people in Britain are using wallabies to maintain their lawns.
As the "Telegraph" reports:
"Private orders for the marsupials, which are native to Australia and New Zealand, have jumped in recent years as landowners seek new ways of keeping their grass neat."
According to the video below, the mini-kangaroos aren't cheap (they can cost upwards of $1,000), but do the work of two gardeners each and don't require any care except water. If you have a large property, they might save you time and money in the long run. And they're so cute!