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Who discovered kangaroos?

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Answered 2011-12-11 07:21:41

Technically, Aborigines discovered kangaroos as they were the first humans in Australia.

The first recorded European sighting of kangaroos was when James Cook's ship, the Endeavour, ran aground off what is now northern Queensland, in 1770, and the crew were forced to spend some time on land.

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