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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kangaroo

Kangaroo meat is high in protein and low in fat (about 2%). Kangaroo meat has a high concentration of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) compared with other foods, and is a rich source of vitamins and minerals. Low fat diets rich in CLA have been studied for their potential in reducing obesity and atherosclerosis.

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Kangaroo The kangaroo is a marsupial that is indigenous to Australia and the Indonesian island of New Guinea.Although kangaroos are often seen congregating in groups, kangaroos are generally fairly solitary mammals but kangaroos are also known for being sociable animals when with other kangaroos. Kangaroos have a deep pouch on their front in which to carry their young.

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Kangaroos are large marsupials that are found only in Australia. They are identified by their muscular tails, strong back legs, large feet, short fur and long, pointed ears. Like all marsupials, a ...

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Kangaroos are mammals of the class Marsupialia and the family Macropodidae, which means "having big or large feet." Kangaroos have powerful hind legs, large feet and a strong tail and are the only large animals to use hopping as their main means of locomotion.

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Kangaroos are mammals, so they are in the class mammalia.They are marsupials, and macropods.

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Kangaroos belong to the phylum Chordata, as do all mammals. Their class is Mammalia and their infraclass is Marsupialia. Their family is Macropodidae, meaning "big-footed".

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What is the Kingdom, Phylum, Class Order, Family, Genus, and Species of a Kangaroo? Also what are 3 physical and 3 behavioral adaptation of the kangaroo?

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marsupial

Marsupials have adapted to many habitats, reflected in the wide variety in their build. The largest living marsupial, the red kangaroo, grows up to 1.8 metres (5.9 ft) in height and 90 kilograms (200 lb) in weight, but extinct genera, such as Diprotodon, were significantly larger and heavier.The smallest members of this group are the marsupial mice, which often reach only 5 centimetres (2.0 in ...

www.britannica.com/animal/kangaroo

Kangaroo: Kangaroo, any of six large species of Australian marsupials noted for hopping and bouncing on their hind legs. The term kangaroo, most specifically used, refers to the eastern gray kangaroo, the western gray kangaroo, and the red kangaroo, as well as to the antilopine kangaroo and two species of wallaroo.

bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2007/michaels_kell/classification_information.htm

It is in the Class Mammalia because it is able to produce milk through mammary glands, it has hair, and has three inner ear bones. It is in the Order Diprotodontia because this species has fused hind feet digits, unfused claws, three pairs of incisors in the upper jaw, one pair on the lower jaw and its canines are present on the lower jaw but ...