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Wallaby Joey ........Native of Australia. Can go over 30feet in one hop. When standing they can use their tail as a third leg. They are very shy and are often nocturnal animals. Adult males are called buck, boomer or jack. Adult females are called doe, flyer, roo or jill. Babies are called joeys. A group of roos is called a mob. Natives of AUSTRALIA

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Australian Man Known as ‘Kangaroo Dundee’ Dedicates His Life to Rescuing Orphaned Kangaroos in the Outback

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Hello! I'm Jasper the largest kangaroo here I out rank every animal here by size and strength if you wanna fight then tiu better be ready to have some broken ribs I'm kind and fast I have no mate and I'm a male

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Seahorses are the only animals in the entire animal kingdom in which the male, not the female gives birth and cares for their young! The female seahorse deposits the eggs into the male's small pouch like a kangaroo where the eggs are fertilized and where the baby seahorses grow until it is time for them to be born.

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These Stunning Photos Prove Boxing Kangaroos Are Actually A Thing

* * VICTIM ROO: "OMPF! Yoo playin' dirty pool punching meez in de gut wif yer surfboard feetz! Yoo be tryin' to disembowel me" KICKIN' ROO: "Izn't dat wut we supposed to beez doin'? Dis nots noes game. Dis be de genuine article!"

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By the end of the 1800s the Parma wallaby was declared extinct. It was not until 1965 that a small surviving population was found on Kawau Island (near Auckland). Another wild population was later found in Gosford, New South Wales in 1967. It is from these few animals that the entire current population of Parma Wallabies descends.

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I love how the Roos balance on their tails and kick out with those strong back legs. These ones are probably just having fun.

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