There are 50 to 60 million kangaroos living on the Australian continent. There are 48 kangaroo species, and the current population is the highest on record, as of 2014. More »

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Kangaroos are native to Australia and live in woodlands, pastures and grasslands from the Indian Ocean to western Victoria and New South Wales. The Eastern Grey Kangaroo lives in eastern Australia and Tasmania. The Antil... More »

Out of the 140 species of land snake and 30 additional species of sea snake that are native to Australia, approximately 100 are venomous. The two most venomous snakes in the world, the Inland Taipan and the Eastern Brown... More »

Kangaroos are native to Australia and live in woodlands, pastures and grasslands from the Indian Ocean to western Victoria and New South Wales. The Eastern Grey Kangaroo lives in eastern Australia and Tasmania. The Antil... More »

Red kangaroos live in the deserts and open grasslands of Australia. They live in groups called mobs, and their population is well over a million strong as of 2014. More »

Tree kangaroos only live in Australia. They can be found throughout West Papua and Papua New Guinea and are not located anywhere else in the world. More »

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Kangaroos protect themselves by fighting with their arms, or leveraging on their tails and giving a strong kick with their legs. While people view kangaroos as sweet and cuddly animals, these marsupials are aggressive, a... More »