Why Are Tree Kangaroos Endangered?

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The tree kangaroos are mainly endangered by logging, forest destruction for agriculture, mineral exploration, deforestation mainly for the extraction of oil and hunting them for meat buy humans and dogs.
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High fiber bulky foliage, called browse, is the main source of food for the tree kangaroo. When too little browse is available, their feces becomes an unhealthy consistency. Tree
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