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Welcome to "Discovery World Safari."
On today's episode, the kangaroo.
Kangaroos live in Eastern Australia
in small groups called troops or herds.
However, Australians know them better as mobs.
Kangaroos are classified as marsupials.
And are in fact the largest of all the marsupial species,
standing over 6 feet tall.
They are primarily herbivores, with large, powerful hind legs.
Their legs can leap to about 30 feet at the time
and travel as fast as 30 miles per hour.
Perhaps their most famous characteristic
is their pouch, which IS A fold of skin
that can hold their newborns, known as joeys.
Joeys stay in the pouch for 10 months
before they leaving, though they do venture
out as young as four months old to graze
on grass before returning to the pouch.
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Kangaroos Can Jump 30 Feet High

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wenling published on May 26, 2015
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