They do not have pouches as they are not marsupials.
2-3 pouches a day.
Yes, they can eat fish in meat pouches such as tuna and sammon
They are not kangoroos. They do not have pouches.
The real term for this is Greater Omentum and all cats have it. Some belly pouches are just bigger than others.
No. Placental mammals are not the ones with pouches. Only marsupials have pouches.
Male marsupials don't have pouches. Only females have pouches.
no. panda's do not have pouches for their offspring.
Emus do not have pouches. They are birds.
Yes Bilbies do have pouches.
yes, they have cheeck pouches
Yes: Tasmanian Devils are marsupials, so they have pouches. Most marsupials have pouches.
No. Squirrels are not marsupials, so they do not have pouches.
No. Male wombats do not have pouches.
No only the females have pouches.
Yes they have Pharyngeal Pouches!!!=)
guinea pigs have cheek pouches but are not marsupials. these pouches are usually used to store food.
Yes bandicoots do have pouches for carrying babies
Female kangaroos are born with pouches.
No. Rats are rodents, not marsupials, so they do not have pouches.
No. Bats are placental mammals, and placental mammals do not have pouches.
No. Giraffes are placental mammals, not marsupials, so they do not have pouches.
No. Lemurs are placental mammals, not marsupials, so they do not have pouches.
no flamingos don't have pouches because their young do not need them.
There are two syllables in the word "pouches."