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- Australia’s “roos” can jump 6 feet high and 30 feet in length, with hind legs that can propel them at 35 miles per hour.
- Kangaroos must jump everywhere they go because their legs cannot move independently of one another.
- The red kangaroo, the world’s largest marsupial, starts life as a newborn joey that is no bigger than a lima bean!
- At birth, the tiny joey must climb into its mother’s pouch, where it will nurse and grow strong for the next 8 months.