By: Scott Dunn
Habits, diets, and location!
Kangaroo's are Marsupials. This means that they have pouches to hold their young. Kangaroos are found in Australia and Tasmania. They tend to stay in groups to stay protected from predators. A kangaroo is a herbivore, and they mostly eat grass.
When a kangaroo is first born it is the size of a lima bean. It goes into the mothers pouch, and it stays there for 8 to 12 months depending on species. After they leave the pouch they already have fur, but have to stay by their mothers side. Then it leaves it's moms side to jump around wherever it wants. The kangaroo will later restart this cycle by mating and taking care of its young too.