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Can a kangaroo fight a dingo?

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yes a kangaroo can fight a dingo with its powerful kick to make the dingo runaway

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dingo go to the fire and kangaroo are winner


It is possible, though kangaroos are larger and generally stronger.


No. Dingos are dogs and a kangaroo is not a dog.


The Kangaroo is the Primary Consumer. So it works like this... Grass Kangaroo Dingo This is an example of a food chain. The Grass is eaten by the Kangaroo which is eaten by the Dingo. The Grass is the Primary Producer, the Kangaroo is the Primary Consumer and the Dingo is the Secondary Consumer. Hope that helps xx


Both the kangaroo and the dingo were in Australia in the 1800s. The kangaroo is native to Australia, and dingoes were brought over by the Aborigines, although it is not certain when.


The kangaroo is faster for both short bursts and long-distance bounding. Because of its endurance and specially sprung hind legs, a healthy adult kangaroo can easily outrun a dingo over a long distance.


The Red kangaroo has no natural predators apart from the dingo, a relative newcomer to the continent. Only a very hungry dingo might take on an adult kangaroo, but joeys are commonly subject to predation from dingoes and eagles.


The Dingo is this rough hang out spot; there is always a fight happening.


The Eastern Grey kangaroo is not a predator of anything. It is the prey of very few animals, the dingo being one.


There is no approximate amount of food a dingo can eat in a day, but it is scientific fact that a dingo will eat whatever meat or animal it comes upon, regardless if it is hungry or not. It's favorite food is Kangaroo.


Dingo get energy from eating animals like Red kangaroo and Magpie goose.


The doberman because it is taller, fiercer, and has sharper teeth than a dingo.


The Red kangaroo has no natural predators apart from the dingo, a relative newcomer to the continent. Only a very hungry dingo might take on an adult kangaroo, but joeys are commonly subject to predation from dingoes and eagles.Kangaroos are mainly hunted by man, who actively seeks to cull their numbers in areas where overpopulation is a problem.


Yes. It would be quite possible, but it depends on each animals individual capabilities. A doberman has sharper teeth and stronger jaws that makes it a better fighter than a dingo, but a dingo is a better hunter than a doberman. If the doberman was in a perfect condition, then it could fight off the dingo.


The kangaroo has the ability to kick a$$ so I think that kangaroo might win, the ostrich just runs fast and does nothing, really. The kangaroo can jump in big distances too! but why should an ostrich and a kangaroo get into a fight anyways?




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Kangaroos kick with their hind feet.


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