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KangarooKangaroos have many adaptions that help them survive intheir environment.Kangaroos are able to travel long distances at a highspeed, expending very little energy. Kangaroos have large and strong tendons in their back legswhich act as springs. This requires less energy than running.Kangaroos are also strong swimmers. As many parts ofAustralia have seasonal flooding the kangaroo’s size andshape does not restrict it from swimming.
Kangaroo PawKangaroo Paw have many adaptations that help it survive intheir habitatThe roots of the Kangaroo Paw do their job of helping theplant survive by absorbing the moisture and minerals. Thewater is then passed onto the stem and leaves where it isstoredThe leaves which are held up by the stem also make energy.This is structural. The way the leaves are they provide asitting spot for birds as they come to pollenate the plant.