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Interesting Kangaroo Facts Red Kangaroo This page of kangaroo facts has a lot of information. It provides an overview and summary. You can find facts about kangaroos regarding: Names | Distribution | Size/Speed | Hopping | Behaviour/Feeding | Breeding NetVet Veterinary Resources / Electronic Zoo Animal Species Text and Non-Netscape Browsers, [Start Here] Select a Species from the Pick List, the Image Map above, or the Menu below. Return to: Food Chain - Kid's Corner The Food Chain Every living thing needs energy in order to live. Everytime animals do something (run, jump) they use energy to do so. Animals get energy from the food they eat, and all living things get energy from food.
Red Kangaroos, Red Kangaroo Pictures, Red Kangaroo Facts The red kangaroo is the world's largest marsupial. Females have one baby at a time, which at birth is smaller than a cherry. The infant immediately climbs into its mother's pouch and does not emerge for two months. Teach the Children Well-Animals AdaptationAdaptations to A Desert BiomeAnimal AdaptationAnimal AdaptationsAnimal Adaptations and SurvivalAnimal Adaptations GameAnimal Adaptations E-SafarisAnimal CamouflageAnimal DiversityAnimals and AdaptationAnimals, Adaptation and the Galápagos IslandsThe Body ChangersBuild a BeastCamouflageDirtmeister's Animal AdaptationsThe Evolution GameHot or ColdHow Animals Meet Their NeedsHow Do Animals Cope With Winter?How Plants and Animals Survive the WinterMimicryPenguin AdaptationWacky Animal DefencesWhat Does Adaptation Mean?
Fun facts about the Kangaroo - Kangaroo Facts and Information - The Jungle Store Kangaroos (Macropodidae macropus) are the largest of Earth's marsupials and live mostly in Australia with a few being found in Tasmania and parts of Papua New Guinea. There are over 60 species of Kangaroo ranging in size from the diminutive Rat Kangaroo to the 6ft, 200lb Red Kangaroo. The Kangaroo family incorporates potoroos, tree kangaroos, walleroos and wallabies but it is only the Red, Western Gray, Eastern Gray and Antilopine that are considered Kangaroos. Chain Reaction - Build a Food Chain The order that animals feed on other plants and animals is called a food chain. Do you think you can put a food chain together? Click below to give it a try and learn why every animal within a food chain is so important.
Eastern Gray Kangaroos, Eastern Gray Kangaroo Pictures, Eastern Gray Kangaroo Facts Gray kangaroos roam the forests of Australia and Tasmania and prefer to live among the trees, though they do take to open grasslands for grazing. Gray kangaroos, red kangaroos, and wallaroos are called the great kangaroos because they are so much larger than the nearly 70 other kinds of kangaroos. Gray kangaroos hop along on their powerful hind legs and do so at great speed. A gray kangaroo can reach speeds of over 35 miles (56 kilometers) an hour and travel for long distances at 15 miles (24 kilometers) an hour. Their bounding gate allows them to cover 25 feet (8 meters) in a single leap and to jump 6 feet (1.8 meters) high.
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