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

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to keep the baby kangaroo safe and warm


No. Pouches are only found on female marsupials, so only the female kangaroo carries the baby.


Something that has a pouch to carry it's baby in such as a kangaroo


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


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A mother kangaroo feeds its young on mothers' milk, which is one of the reasons why the kangaroo is classified as a mammal (specifically, a marsupial). Kangaroos are unique in that they can carry two joeys of different ages silmultaneously in their pouch, and feed them on two different types of milk, according to their nutritional needs for their stage of development.


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


It dives back into its mother's pouch, hoping that she will carry it to safety.


a mother kangaroo is called doe flyer or jill. a father kangaroo is called buck boomer or jack.


The mother kangaroo raises the baby, called a joey, until it is about twelve months old.



The mother kangaroo is usually called a doe


At birth, a red kangaroo weighs just one gram. It is about 2cm in length, and completely dependent on its mother.


The kangaroo mother carries her 'joey' baby in her pouch to keep it warm and safe.


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 mother kangaroo has no particular name, but any female kangaroo is referred to as a jill, doe or flyer.


Joey is the name of a baby kangaroo.


Bottlesnose dolphins are pregnant for about a year. The baby is born tailfirst. The mother will nurse the baby for up to 18 months.


A mother cat carries her baby in her gums. On her baby, there is a flop of fur called a scruff. The mother uses her gums to pull the scruff, making the baby hang from it painlessly. That's how they help their baby around the environment.


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


using her powerful hind legs to kick out, which can cause major injuries


How ever many months it needs to carry that pointless life.


A kangaroo mouse, like the kangaroo rat, is not a member of the kangaroo family (unlike rat-kangaroos, which are different again). There is no special name given to baby kangaroo mice.



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