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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_kangaroo

The red kangaroo (Macropus rufus) is the largest of all kangaroos, the largest terrestrial ... The red kangaroo maintains its internal temperature at a point of ... One study of kangaroos in Central Australia found that green grass makes up ... Kangaroos in New South Wales have weekly home ranges of 258–560 ha, with the ...

www.livescience.com/27400-kangaroos.html

Mar 2, 2016 ... Kangaroos are one of many marsupials native to Australia, and are expert jumpers ... of Australia, though each species has a different place it likes to call home. ... If it comes to blows, a kangaroo will box and kick its opponent.

www.defenders.org/kangaroo/basic-facts

Kangaroos are grazing herbivores, which means their diet consists mainly of ... To move at slow speeds, a kangaroo will use its tail to form a tripod with its two ...

www.answers.com/Q/How_does_a_kangaroo_make_its_home_for_its_family

kangaroos don't make there homes, they just go around finding a shelter that will protect them.

www.kangarooworlds.com/kangaroo-habitat

Kangaroos are very versatile animals and they are able to live in a variety of different habitats out there in Australia and ... Home » Information » Kangaroo Habitat ... They don't seem to do quite as well there as other types of animals though. ... This can be very exciting if you are in that area then make the most of it .

www.activewild.com/kangaroo-information-and-facts-for-kids

Feb 23, 2015 ... Where do they live, baby kangaroo name, boxing, types of kangaroo. ... Some make their homes on the floor and some make their homes in ...

panique.com.au/trishansoz/animals/kangaroo.html

Using hopping as their primary mode of locomotion kangaroos can easily cruise along at ... A male kangaroo may also make a chuckling sound during courtship.

www.nationalgeographic.com.au/animals/how-do-kangaroos-survive-the-aussie-outback.aspx

Sep 3, 2015 ... Even if severely malnourished, a Red Kangaroo can restore its health in a matter of weeks, which makes him the fighting underdog capable of ...

kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/kangaroo

Kangaroos belong to the animal family Macropus, literally "big foot." Thanks to their large feet, kangaroos can leap some 30 feet (9 meters) in a single bound, ...