Kangaroo Questions and Answers

The kangaroo is very important to Australia because Australia is one of the few countries where you can find Kangaroos. Kangaroos are much in Australia, which has made Australia known to the ...

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Kangaroos carry their young in their pouch because they are a marsupial. Also, baby kangaroos (called Joeys) are very small when they're born. In fact, they are about the size of a lima bean. As ...

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Kangaroos are herbivores meaning they consume only a plant-based diet. They do not eat meat in any form, unless you consider insects meat. A typical kangaroo diet would consist of a variety of ...

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The kangaroo has a pouch because this is where the kangaroo would carry its young while it is still growing up. This pouch is called the marsupium and it would carry the joey, the baby kangaroo, ...

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There are some animals that have been around for a long period of time and there are also some animals that have evolved from other animals. The kangaroo is an animal considered to have evolved ...

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A kangaroo is not usually an aggressive creature. In fact, if it senses that you have seen it, it will do its best to hop away from you. There may be moments when you would do something to anger ...

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One of the special characteristics of a Kangaroo is to hop forward and never backward , this is the reason why Kangaroo and Emu are on the Australian Coat of Arms since 1908 till date. This is ...

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The red kangaroos which belong to the species Macropus rufus are the largest of all Kangaroos in the world. They have very long and strong hind limbs but their forelimbs are short. They also have ...

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Kangaroos are considered to be exotic animals. In most states, it is illegal to have a kangaroo as a pet while in some states like West Virginia, Wisconsin and South Carolina in the U.S. you will ...

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Most terrestrial Kangaroos are herbivorous, which makes them full time vegetarians they live mostly on grass, ferns, seeds and leaves but a group of tree Kangaroos also eat things they find on ...

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