How Long Do Kangaroos Live?


Male kangaroos can be called bucks, boomers and even old man. A female can be called a doe, Jill or flyer while a baby is called a joey. Their lifespan can be anywhere from 7 to 15 years in the wild. If they are in captivity, they could live as long as 20 years.
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Kangaroos are native to the continent of. Australia. Tree-kangaroos are also native to the island of New Guinea and some Indonesian islands.
Around 160 million years ago, the supercontinent, which scientists call Gondwana, began to break apart. Gondwana consisted of Australia, Antarctica, Africa, India and South America.
Kangaroos are marsupials found nearly exclusively in Australia, with some living in parts of Papua New Guinea. They live in a variety of different climates.
The life span of kangaroos ranges from 12 to 18 yrs in the wild (influenced by climate
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