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What is the height of a red female kangaroo?

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The average height of a female red kangaroo ranges from 1 metre to 1.3 metres.

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The largest type of kangaroo in Australia is the Red Kangaroo. The male red kangaroo averages 1.5-1.8m in height.


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Yes. Specifically, the largest of all the marsupials is the Red kangaroo. Red kangaroos can weigh up to 90 kilograms, but average 65kg, with the female considerably lighter at around 30kg. The height of a Red kangaroo averages between 165cm and 2 metres.


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The Eastern Grey Kangaroo range in height between 1.3m and 1.4m for males, while the female is unlikely to exceed 1.1 m in height.


It depends on the type of Kangaroo. A male red Kangaroo is the largest of the kangaroos, and can grow to a height of 1.8 metres. the are some 65 species of kangaroo smaller than the Red kangaroo, ranging down to the tiny musky rat-kangaroo with a grand height of just 23 cm.


A 12 month old female red kangaroo will weigh an average of 30kg. They are much lighter than the males.


The Eastern Grey Kangaroo vary in height between 1.5m and 1.8m for males, while the female is unlikely to exceed 1.6 m in height.


A male Red kangaroo has buff-coloured fur on its abdomen, while a female Red kangaroo is grey to white on its abdomen.


The Red Kangaroo is also known as the Marloo or Plains Kangaroo. The female is sometimes referred to as a 'Blue Flier'. The scientific name is Macropus rufus.


The kangaroo is the largest of the marsupials, specifically, the Red kangaroo, Macropus rufus.A male red kangaroo can reach a height of 2.7m, or nearly seven feet tall, whilst the Eastern Grey kangaroo can reach 2.4m and the Western Grey 2.1m.


It certainly is. With adult males sometimes standing up to 1.8 metres in height, it is not only the largest kangaroo, it is also the largest of all marsupials.


The largest of the kangaroos, the Red Kangaroo, has been known to jump up to a height in excess of three metres.


The kangaroo is the largest of the marsupials, and of these, the Red kangaroo, Macropus rufus, is the largest species.A male red kangaroo can reach a height of 2.7m, or nearly seven feet tall, whilst the Eastern Grey kangaroo can reach 2.4m and the Western Grey 2.1m.


A female kangaroo has babys but the male dosent


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A female kangaroo is called a doe, flyer, or jill.


The average weight of a female Red Kangaroo is around 30 kg and a male averages 65kg. The weight range may vary between 17-85kg, depending on the conditions of the kangaroos' environment.


No. The Red kangaroo is a herbivore. Some of the smaller species of kangaroos, such as the Musky rat-kangaroo, are omnivores, but the Red Kangaroo is not.



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