skins derive from the commercial harvest of kangaroos under
the management and control of the Australian National Parks
and Wildlife service, with a goal being the preservation of
a sustainable kangaroo population.
Kangaroos are not farmed. As free ranging animals, kangaroos
are hunted and shot in the wild. Only selected species are
commercially harvested. Skins from these animals are collected
throughout the year and may be presented for sale in a variety
of preparations: salted, pickled, wet blue or crust tanned.
The general presentation for sale is a table run of production,
excluding rejects, in either pickled or salted condition.