to conserve water
the metabolites causes the urine color
No. These are different species of kangaroo, and kangaroos do not breed with other species.The grey kangaroo consist of two species which will not breed with one another - eastern grey kangaroo (Macropus giganteus) and western grey kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus). Neither of them breeds with the red kangaroo (Macopus rufus).
Urine and erythropoietin; a hormone that tells the bone marrow to produce red blood cells.
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.
Red kangaroo was created in 1822.
The species "red tail kangaroo" does not exist.The red kangaroo is one of Australia's most common marsupials. The picture at the related link below is captioned "red-tailed kangaroo" by a misinformed traveller. It is really just a red kangaroo.
kidneys maintain your body's fluid balance. (so if you've not been drinking much they produce concentrated urine, if you've been drinking loads they will produce dilute urine to get rid of the excess fluid) they also help you excrete toxic waste products from your body- such as urea which is a breakdown product from the protein we eat. they also produce erythropoetin which is the hormone that tells us to make more red blood cells.
The height of a Red kangaroo, which is the largest of the kangaroo species, ranges from 165cm to 2 metres.
The largest kangaroo, the Red Kangaroo, is the fastest.
The largest type of kangaroo in Australia is the Red Kangaroo. The male red kangaroo averages 1.5-1.8m in height.
The Red kangaroo is a mammal; specifically, it is a marsupial.
The species name of the red kangaroo is Macropus Rufus.
The species name of the Red kangaroo is Macropus Rufus.
No. The Red kangaroo is a herbivore, feeding on grasses and other vegetation.
a red kangaroo grazes on grass early morning
the red kangaroo
The Red Kangaroo is eaten by: Birds of Prey (Eagle), and Dingos. The Red Kangaroo eats: Low Herbaceous Plants and some Grasses.
The common name for the red kangaroo paw is just that: red kangaroo paw.Its scientific name is Anigozanthos rufus.
The Red Kangaroo can jump up to a height of 2.5 metres.
Not at all. The red kangaroo has a conservation status of least concern.
The common name of the Red kangaroo is simply Red kangaroo. It is not known by any other name. On occasion, it may be referred to as a "big red", but this is certainly not a common name.
Yes. The Red kangaroo (Macropus rufus) is the largest of the kangaroo species, and the largest marsupial.The red kangaroo is called this because it has a reddish tinge to its brown fur, as opposed to the grey fur of the grey kangaroo. Males can be a strong brick-red colour or a pale red.
The scientific name for the Red Kangaroo Paw is Anigozanthos rufus.