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www.reference.com/pets-animals/kangaroos-protect-themselves-c7ec729abf46e666

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 ...

www.nwf.org/Kids/Ranger-Rick/Animals/Mammals/Red-Kangaroos.aspx

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" ...

www.answers.com/Q/How_do_kangaroos_protect_themselves_from_predators

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.

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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 ...

planet.uwc.ac.za/nisl/biodiversity/loe/page_191.htm

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 ...

www.slate.com/articles/life/explainer/2012/08/kangaroo_attack_how_to_protect_yourself_from_a_hopping_kicking_clawing_beast_.html

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.

www.quora.com/How-strong-is-a-kangaroo-Can-they-defend-themselves-against-a-similarly-sized-predator-cougar-wolf-etc

Photo from - Human Vs. Kangaroo A roo would get mauled by a big cat unless he ... Can they defend themselves against a similarly sized predator (cougar, wolf, etc.)? ... But it does illustrate what can happen when human's intrude on animals  ...

www.montgomeryzoo.com/Australia.html

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 ...

www.environment.nsw.gov.au/animals/Livingwithkangaroos.htm

Do not allow your dog to approach a kangaroo. Kangaroos will vigorously defend themselves against dogs, and this may draw you into a dangerous situation.