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The Grey Kangaroo

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The Grey Kangaroo

The Grey Kangaroo weighs 145 lbs. It also has a length of 10 ft. The tail alone is 4 ft. long. The

Kangaroo has a small head, and very large ears. They also have large lips and small mouths with a deer

like head. The Kangaroo is a furry mammal. It also has a pointed snout. The Kangaroo has long hind

legs and small front legs. Males are larger than females. The smallest Kangaroo is the Musky Rat


The Kangaroo lives in open spaces of Australia , New Guinea and other nearby islands. They travel in

groups called Mobs. They also inhabit the dry grasslands. Kangaroos like open spaces. The newborn

Kangaroo lives in its mothers pouch for 6 months. Baby stays with its mother for one and half years after it

is born. Large Kangaroos live for about 15 years. A baby Kangaroo is born one month after mating. The

newborn baby measures one inch long.

Kangaroos are herbavors. They eat grass, leaves and shrubs. They also get water form lakes and

streams. Some Kangaroos can go for weeks even months without water. They are nighttime feeders.

Kangaroos can jump 12 miles per hour.

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