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kangaroo


kangaroo apples
solanumaviculare, S. laciniatum, S. simile, S. symonii, S. vescum, S. capsiciforme.
kangaroo posture
see kangaroo posture.
kangaroo rat
see kangaroo rat.
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ICELAND has withdrawn kangaroo meat from sale after pressure from animal welfare activists.
Baby kangaroos are pulled from their dying mother's pouch to be clubbed to death.
A kangaroo named Paul has become the oldest living tree kangaroo in the country.
Earlier this week, Bryan took to Instagram to show the two kangaroos lying down on a carpet near his fireplace and called it a Christmas present for his wife.
This was back in the days when kangaroos were smaller and had not yet developed the ability to hop.
For example, according to the Australian National Roads & Motorists' Association, there are some 20,000 collisions with kangaroos Down Under every year, costing motorists in excess of $75-million (Australian dollars).
This documentary catches up with him as he expands his operation to look after more than just kangaroos.
Large feet help kangaroos achieve those pogo-stick leaps.
It uses several cameras and sensors to scan the road ahead and detect kangaroos.
Now, it's studying kangaroos, which move more quickly and erratically.
ISLAMABAD -- Kangaroos tend to be lefties, according to a study that sheds new light on the capacity of mammals, particularly those that walk upright, to prefer one paw over the other.
The hulks among extinct kangaroos probably didn't hop: They tiptoed on one rear foot at a time.