Asked in Animal Life
Which animal cannot walk backwards?
April 07, 2013 8:58AM
Members of the kangaroo family cannot walk backwards. This
includes the larger kangaroos, wallabies, wallaroos, quokkas,
pademelons and so on. On land, their legs are unable to move
independently of each other, and this is necessary for walking
Emus are also said to be unable to walk backwards. This is said to be because of the way the joints in their legs are structured. However, emus have not been proven to be unable to walk backwards.