The kangaroo is a marsupial. A marsupial is an animal that lives in its mother’s pouch after being born.
Kangaroos are often called roos for short.
The kangaroo has two large back feet. It uses these feet to hop or jump around.
The kangaroo also has two smaller front feet. It uses these feet much like we use our hands and arms. It will hold things in its paws, or even use its paws to hit other animals.
Find out more about this wonderful animal and learn the answers to these questions:
How does a kangaroo cool off when it is hot?
What is a male kangaroo called?
What is a female kangaroo called?
How big is the smallest kangaroo?
Do kangaroos climb trees?
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Learn what a kangaroo looks like, where it lives, what it eats, what eats it, how babies are born, and other fun facts.
Ages 7 to 10
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