What they eatThey are herbivores so they usually eat fruits and leaves if they are
available.They will graze for hours and chew a bit here and a bit there until
they have satisfied their hunger pangs. Some kangaroos that have been
held in captivity eat corn and grains, and seem to thrive on that diet.
Kangaroos need water, but if they have access to lush, green, vegetation
they can get enough moisture from these plants to keep them going for a
while. The smaller kangaroos, such as the musky rat-kangaroo, are
omnivores and eat seeds, fruit, grasshoppers, insect larvae and beetles.
This is what the regular kangaroo eats.
Where they live?
They live mostly in Australia,Tasmania and Papua New
Guinea and their natural habitats are xeric and terrain.
How they survive?
Don’t try to provoke these bad
boys because they’ll box you up
and I mean it for real. They can
box and if you lean on their
tail,watch out because they can
deliver a powerful kick that can
put you in hospital. Did you know
that a kangaroo almost drowned
a dog ?
Their colour is usually gray, red-brown or
brown. They are Australasian marsupials
meaning to say that they are Australasian
pouched mammals. Their joey are extremely
undeveloped about the size of a kidney bean
and they go up from the mother's birth canal
and into a track through the mother’s fur
which she prepares by licking,to her pouch.
Then the joey latches onto a teat that swells
it’s mouth so the joey can’t dislodge(to
knock out of position) when the mother