Kangaroo is a marsupial belonging to the order kangaroo, which is mainly distributed in parts of Australia and Papua New Guinea. Some of these species are unique to Australia. Different species of kangaroos live in a variety of natural environments in Australia, from cool rain forests and desert plains to tropical areas. Kangaroos are mammals that jump highest and farthest“ “Kangaroo” sometimes refers to all marsupials.
All kangaroos, no matter how big, have one thing in common: strong and powerful hind legs with long feet. Kangaroo jumps instead of running. It can jump up to 4 meters and up to 13 meters. It can be said to be the mammal that jumps the highest and farthest. Most kangaroos live on the ground and can easily be distinguished from other animals by jumping over their strong hind legs.
Kangaroos balance with their tail during jumping. When they walk slowly, their tail can be used as the fifth leg. Kangaroo’s tail is thick and long with muscles. It can not only support the kangaroo’s body when the kangaroo is resting, but also help the kangaroo jump faster and farther when the kangaroo jumps. All female kangaroos have a front open pouch, but the male does not. There are four nipples in the pouch.