In the story, Australian scientist Dr George Wilson says of kangaroo meat:
It tastes excellent, not unlike venison - only a different flavour.
If kangaroo meat has "a different flavour" to venison, how is it "not unlike" venison? Are we talking about texture here? Colour? Juiciness? Or is the similarity simply that Dr Wilson thinks they are both "excellent"? I demand to know!
On a similar note, perhaps Australian scientists could genetically cross a kangaroo with a cow to create a low-methane bovine. Of course, it would then be a kangamoo...
BBC News: Eat kangaroo to 'save the planet'