Where do kangaroos live?Is a kangaroo a mammal? What is a baby kangaroo called?What is the top speed of a kangaroo? Let us learn about kangaroos.
Kangaroos live in Australia, New Guinea, andTasmania.
Kangaroos are marsupial animals.
Marsupial animals are mammals that carry their babies in a pouch.
There are four types of kangaroos: the red kangaroo, eastern grey kangaroo,western grey kangaroo and antilopine kangaroo.
The red kangaroo is the largest kangaroo species.
Kangaroos eat grasses, leaves, and other vegetation.
They also eat fruits and flowers.
Kangaroos usually eat during the night.
They spend the day resting in the shade.
Kangaroos can grow to 10 feet (3 meters) tall.
They can weigh up to 200 pounds (90 kilograms).
Kangaroos have large feet and a strong tail.
As a result, they can jump very high.
A red kangaroo can jump to 10 feet high (3meters).
A red kangaroo can leap up as far as 25 feet(8 meters).
Kangaroos live around six years in the wild.
They live up to twenty years in captivity.
Kangaroos love sports.
Kangaroos can swim.
They run, jump and box.
A kangaroo moves by hopping around on itstwo legs quickly.
Kangaroos can move very fast.
They can travel up to 40 miles per hour (60km/h).
However, they cannot move backwards.
Male kangaroos fight with each other for theattention of female kangaroos.
During a fight, they can push each other,box, kick and even bite.
A male kangaroo is called a "boomer.
" A female kangaroo is called a "flyer.
" Baby kangaroos are called "joeys.
" More kangaroos live in Australia than people.
The estimated population of kangaroos is around 50 to 60 million.
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