Facts of Kangaroo

The majority of kangaroo live in different regions of the continent of Australia.
Their dorsal legs are much stronger and inferior to their front legs. They can reach the height of 7 meters in a jump, and also move forward with a speed of 48 kilometres per hour. Their normal surfing speed is approximately 32 kilometres/hour.

In general, the Kangaroos is 12 different species.
The biggest kangaroo, red Kangaroo. From head to down this kangaroo between 1 to 1.6 meters. His tail alone will add 90 to 110 centimetres in this size. The weight of this kangaroo can reach 90 kg.

The famous thing about them is that the kangaroo will carry their kids in their bag. A female kangaroo becomes pregnant between 21 and 38 days and can be born up to 4 babies at once pregnancy.
At the time of birth, a kangaroo is the size of a bee, it is small and is between 5 and 25 mm size. After coming to the world, he passed to the bag, where it was kept for 120 to 450 days.

If you lift kangaroo’s tail off the ground it can’t hop.

Kangaroos use their tails for balance whilst hopping, so if you elevate their tail, they would have no balance and fall over.

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