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Kangaroo have pouch?

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The female kangaroo does: her brood pouch.

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There is no one-letter word for a kangaroo pouch.Single words for the pouch include marsupium and pouch.


A marsupial is an animal that has a pouch. A kangaroo has a pouch so it is considered a marsupial. A kangaroo uses the pouch to carry their young after they give birth.


It goes in the pouch. The mother kangaroo cleans out her pouch at regular intervals.


No. The kangaroo rat is a rodent, so it does not have a pouch. It is not related at all to kangaroos. Only marsupials have pouches. The Australian rat kangaroo, a quite different creature, does have a pouch.


Pouch + Jerboa = kangaroo


The quokka is a smaller member of the kangaroo family. Its pouch is positioned on its abdomen, like that of a kangaroo.


Male seahorses carry their young in a pouch simillar to a kangaroo.


There are several smaller members of the kangaroo family, and they all have a pouch. They include the wallaby, quokka, potoroo and rat-kangaroo.


Marsupium is the pouch of a female marsupial.


A female kangaroo has just one pouch.


The pocket, or pouch, of a kangaroo is called a marsupium.


A kangaroo, like almost all other marsupials, has a pouch.


A kangaroo protects it babies by keeping them in their front pouch until they are to big. The joeys have everything needed in the pouch.


No. Not only does the male kangaroo not have a pouch, but the male has no part at all in raising the young joey.


A kangaroo joey is carried Ina pouch, known as a marsupium. Most female marsupials carry their young in a pouch, and only a few species do not have a pouch.


A kangaroo keeps their baby(joey) in its pouch


Definitely not. The pouch, or "marsupium" of a kangaroo is too small for a person of any size. Although there is a delightful book entitled "Dot and the Kangaroo", in which a young girl is tended by a female kangaroo, riding around in its pouch, it is not possible for a person in real life to do so.



to keep the baby kangaroo safe and warm



They are like a kangaroo and carry their off springs in a pouch.


A kangaroo pouch is in fact also called a sac. Kangaroos will typically carry their young inside of these pouches.


Yes, they do. The mother kangaroo must clean out the pouch from time to time, and this is done by licking the pouch clean.Yes. Young joeys do indeed excrete their waste in the mother kangaroo's pouch. The female kangaroo cleans out her pouch regularly by licking it out.


The mother kangaroo carries her baby (joey) in her pouch.


The correct word for the pouch of the kangaroo and other marsupials is the marsupium.



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