Baby Kangaroo Facts For Kids And Adults

May 15, 2015|
Baby Kangaroo Facts For Kids And Adults by Les Tekcard
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All the facts you would love to know about the Australian Kangaroo, Australia’s iconic
animal. This book is a must have guide for anyone wanting to know all about kangaroos.
Babies are smaller than 1 inch (2cm) at birth, and are born blind outside the mother’s
pouch. After birth the newborn babies must find their way to the pouch where it feeds
on mother’s milk.
As baby kangaroos grow older they are called joeys. Joey kangaroos can easily hop
in and out of the Mother’s pouch. Kangaroos are unable to walk backwards. Adult
Kangaroos can hop at speeds of 35mph (56kmh), stand up to 7ft (2.13m) and weigh up
to 200lbs./90kg.
Discover interesting facts about the differences between the red
kangaroo and grey kangaroo. This excellent book is an interesting book for those who
want to learn about kangaroos in the wild or those who want more information desiring
to keep one as a pet.

Title:Baby Kangaroo Facts For Kids And AdultsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 15, 2015Publisher:Les TekcardLanguage:English

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Appropriate for ages: All ages

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