The marsupials - named Skippy, Mick and Jack - broke out from the wildlife park on Saturday (August 11) with help from the animals who live in the neighbouring woods, reports The AP.
Michael Hoffmann, assistant head of the Hochwildschutzpark Hunsrueck park, revealed: "We've got two of them back. Now we're just looking for the third."
He added that the public do not need to fear the remaining loose kangaroo, stating: "He's super friendly [and] super nice."
A number of sightings have since been reported of the animal but he has yet to be caught and returned home.
Zookeepers believe the fox and boar helped the kangaroos inadvertently.
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