What do kangaroos do?

Kangaroos are native marsupials of Australia. They move by hopping and bounding, and can also move by walking. They are unable to either move their hind legs independently on land, or to walk backwards.
Kangaroos also:
  • feed on fresh vegetation
  • graze
  • chew their cud
  • reproduce
  • swim


They are also slaughtered by the million every year the propaganda says it's for their meat but the truth is that is their skins which are of value because they make excellent leather. Only 20% of Kangaroo meat id edible for humans the rest goes to make pet food for dogs and cat, What a terrible crime this is and a terrible waste of such a unique, magnificent animal.