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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Diprotodontia Family: Macropodidae Genus: Macropus
Kangaroos are native to the Australian continent and to parts of Papua New Guinea. Most species are only found in Australia. There are over 60 different species of kangaroo and their close relatives. All kangaroos belong... More »
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Kangaroos protect themselves by fighting with their arms, or leveraging on their tails and giving a strong kick with their legs. While people view kangaroos as ...


Kangaroos rely on their speed and endurance to escape from predators. They are capable of maintaining a steady bounding pace for long periods of time.


To keep cool in their warm home, red roos do a weird thing: they wet their arms ... Supporting themselves with their strong tails, two male kangaroos "duke it out" ...


With powerful legs, tails and upper bodies, kangaroos are well-equipped for self- defense -- when it comes time to defend himself, a kangaroo puts up his dukes ...


The development of the kangaroos may be related to Australia's continuing drift northwards and the consequent drying and warming of its climate. This would ...


Aug 15, 2012 ... Three kangaroos escaped from a zoo in Germany this week, after a wild fox ... powerful kicks to your abdomen while supporting itself on its tail.


Get information, facts, and pictures about kangaroo at Encyclopedia.com. Make research projects and school reports about kangaroo easy with credible articles ...


Red Kangaroo (Macropus rufus) is the largest of all kangaroos, the largest mammal ... They can use their robust legs and clawed feet to defend themselves from ...

Apr 7, 2008 ... Wallaroo geez it's a hybrid mixed with a wallaby and a kangaroo. .... I'm surprised the kangaroo didn't do a kick like they usually do..