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Kangaroo
   infant is called a   
Joey
Kangaroo Paw
   belongs to the genus   
Anigozanthos
Macropocide
   is the killing of   
A Kangaroo
A Kangaroo
   has an average gestation period of   
42 Days
The joey then remains in its mother’s pouch for about 235 days, continuing to develop.
Antilopine Kangaroo
   is   
Macropus Antilopinus
Red Kangaroo
   is   
Macropus Rufus
Western Grey Kangaroo
   is   
Macropus Fuliginosus
Eastern Grey Kangaroo
   is   
Macropus Giganteus
John Glover
   painted   
Mount Wellington and Hobart Town from Kangaroo Point
1834, Australia; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Red Kangaroo
   has lived for   
30 Years
Red Kangaroos are one of the largest species of marsupials. It can bound 29 feet in distance and 9 feet in height.
The Kangaroo
   is native to   
Australia
The Largest of the Kangaroos are the male Red Kangaroo, which, when standing at full length, can be up to 2 metres tall and weigh 80 kilos. They are very powerful and can easily overpower and kill an unarmed man.
Australia
   has the national animal   
Kangaroo
Kangaroo and Emu
Kangaroo
   is associated with   
Australia
Kangaroo Island
   belongs to   
Australia
South Australia. Off the tip of Fleurieu Peninsula. Home to koalas, sea lions, fur seals, kangaroos and wallabies and tourists. Industries include wine, olive oil, ligurian honey and freshwater marron.
Captain Kangaroo
   means   
Chairman of a Paediatrics Department.
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Kangaroo (1986)
Based on the 1923 book
Northern Territory
   has the Emblem of the   
Red Kangaroo
Macropus rufus
Kangaroo Jack (2003)
   starred   
Jerry O'Connell, Anthony Anderson and Estella Warren
Director: David McNally. Also starred Christopher Walken, Dyan Cannon & Marton Csokas. "Kangaroo Jack" (aka "Down and Under") is a road-trip action/comedy about two mates, (Jerry O'Connell & Anthony Anderson) who get involved with the mafia & are forced to deliver $50,000 to Australia. The adventure begins when the bumbling duo accidentally hit a kangaroo with their Jeep & then dress it up in a Red Brooklyn jacket & sunglasses...
David McNally
   directed   
Kangaroo Jack (2003)
Hippety Hopper
   is   
An Escaped Kangaroo
Kangaroo Island
   is located in   
South Australia
Flyer
   is the name for a female   
Kangaroo
Group nouns: Mob, troop, court
Boomer
   is the name for a male   
Kangaroo
Group nouns: Mob, troop, court
Doe
   is the name for a female   
Kangaroo
Buck
   is the name for a male   
Kangaroo
Kangaroo (1952)
   starred   
Maureen O'Hara, Peter Lawford and Finlay Currie
Director: Lewis Milestone. Also starred Richard Boone, Chips Rafferty & Letty Craydon
Captain Kangaroo
   was an   
Actor
Robert Keeshan, 76; children's program host
A Kangaroo Hope
   was composed by   
Fred Godfrey
1912
Kangaroo
   was from   
Canada
Kangaroo
   is designated as a   
Personnel Carrier
Bet you thought it was Australian !
Austin
   is a   
Kangaroo
Featured on the popular Nickelodeon cartoon "The Backyardigans"
Pouch
   is a   
Kangaroo
Retired in 1999 as it was rumored that the head of the joey inside the pouch could be considered a choking hazard for children.
Bondegezou
   is described as a   
Tree Kangaroo
Confirmed, from New Guinea and Indonesia
Kangaroo Paw
   is   

Salvatore "Sal" Maggio
   is played by Christopher Walken in   
Kangaroo Jack (2003)
Western Australia
   has the Emblem of the   
Red and Green Kangaroo Paw
Floral emblem
Kangaroos, Wallabies, Pademelons
   are all   
Macropods
Marsupials belonging to the family Macropodidae. Generally found in Australia.
Lumholtz's Tree-kangaroo
   is   
Dendrolagus Lumholtzi
Goodfellow’s Tree-kangaroo
   is   
Dendrolagus Goodfellowi
Bennett's Tree-kangaroo
   is   
Dendrolagus Bennettianus






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