What Do Kangaroos Eat?


Kangaroos normally feed on berries, fruits and vegetables. These animals can also feed on other low growing plants, leaves, grass and the barks of trees. They always feed at night and they only take water when they find it.
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Kangaroos eat grasses, forbs, leaves, tree bark, and shrubby browse.
Kangaroos have very few natural predators, some of which being: dingoes, and introduced species such as foxes and feral dogs or cats. The thylacine, which is nowadays extinct, used to be their primary predator.
Kangaroos eat shrubs, broad-leaved ground plants and grass. Their natural habitat is comprised of a diet that is low in nutrients but high in fibre. Kangaroos are herbivores and have a chambered stomach that is similar to that of cattle and sheep.
Kangaroos are grazing herbivores, which means their diet consists mainly of grasses and a range of plants. They can survive long periods without water. Most of them are nocturnal (feed at night) but some others feed in the early morning hours.
It can depend on the Kangaroo. Some eat fruit, grass, grains and vegetation. Smaller Kangaroos like Musky-Rat eat insects such as beetles, grasshoppers and fungi.
Kangaroos diet is from grazing in fields on grass, leaves, shoots, shrubs and spants. They also get most of their water supply from these plants too.
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