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Joey is the name of a baby kangaroo.

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A kangaroo joey weighs about 0.5 grams at birth.


There is no other stage between joey and adult kangaroo.


A kangaroo joey weighs about 0.5 grams at birth.


A Kangaroo has four stages in its life cycle. The stages are birth, Joey, advanced Joey, and then finally, adult kangaroo.


No a joey is a baby kangaroo


how long does the kangaroo stay with the joey


A joey of a kangaroo looks just like a smaller version of the kangaroo. However, when first born, a kangaroo joey is about the size of a bean, pink and , with its eyes fused shut.


The English word for a baby kangaroo is joey.The word "joey" also refers to the young of any marsupial.


Yes, a baby kangaroo is called a joey. A joey is, in fact, the young of any marsupial, whether it be a kangaroo, koala, wallaby, wombat, quoll, possum, etc .


The offspring of a kangaroo, and indeed of all marsupials, is called a joey.Therefore, kangaroo young of all sizes and ages, including newborns, are called joeys.A baby kangaroo is commonly known as a Joey.


a Joey, as in a baby kangaroo is only 2cm long when born


It is not known why a baby kangaroo is called a Joey. All baby marsupials are known as "joeys", but the origin of the name is not known.


When first born, a baby kangaroo (joey) is about the size of a bean.


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


male - buck (also a boomer)female - doe (also a jill)baby - joeya baby kangaroo is called a Joey a baby kangaroo is called a Joey


it depends on what kind of animal the cub is. a kangaroo is a joey, tigers- cubs, bears- cubs, cats-kittens


The name for a juvenile kangaroo is "joey", which is the name given to all marsupial young.


A young elephant is a calf, and a young kangaroo is a joey.


A newborn kangaroo, or joey, is about the size of a bean, that is, about 10 - 12mm.


This depends on the species of kangaroo. For the animal generally recognised as a kangaroo, e.g. the Red kangaroo or either species of the Grey kangaroo, the joey becomes an adult between the ages of twelve months and sixteen months. This is the age at which it no longer returns to its mother to suckle.


A baby kangaroo is called a joey.


The joey simply remains in the pouch. It, too, will be eaten.


A baby kangaroo is called a Joey in all English-speaking countries. It is no different in Australia, where the young kangaroo is also called a joey. This is the name for young marsupials of all species.


A baby kangaroo is a joey. A male kangaroo is a buck or a boomer. A female kangaroo is a Jill or doe. For specific kangaroo species names, see the related question below.


That is the correct spelling for "joey" (name for a young or infant kangaroo). The proper name Joey is a nickname for Joseph or Joe.



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