Kangaroos by Miss oyka

Kangaroos live in Australia. Australia is a continent on the other side of the world from where we live. It's about the same size as Canada. A cool fact about Australia is that it is summer there when it is winter here!

Kangaroos are herbivore's which means that they eat plants and no meat. They like to eat grass and shrubs.

Kangaroo babies are called joeys.

A mother kangaroo can only have 1 baby at a time.

She carries the joey in her pouch for 9 months and then the baby starts to explore the world outside the pouch.

The child stays with its mother to learn about how to survive in the wild.

They are mammals because they are born alive, drink their mothers milk and have fur.

Kangaroos are mammals

They have fur.
They breathe air through lungs, just like people do!

Credits:

Created with images by SFB579 Namaste - "Kangaroo" • Marxchivist - "Australia" • Lenny K Photography - "Countryside Victoria" • Studiolarsen - "australia outback landscape" • 0x45455844 - "australia" • vijay_chennupati - "Sharing" • John Loo - "Shrubs" • Subhash Chandra - "Kangaroo" • LoneWombatMedia - "kangaroo joey wallaby" • HERRUWE - "A Baby »Whatyawant«" • Andrea Schaffer - "Kangaroos at Glenbrook" • Maggie-Me - "Background" • cluczkow - "IMG_0170" • jill111 - "woman happiness sunrise"

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