Why is a female kangaroo called a flyer?


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2014-10-04 09:22:19
2014-10-04 09:22:19

The term "flyer" is a reference to the speed at which an adult female kangaroo moves. A kangaroo in full flight is a picture of speed and grace, and because a female is lighter than a male, she will react more quickly and can move along at even greater speed, seeming to "fly" along the ground.

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A female kangaroo is called a doe, flyer, or jill.

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

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An adult male kangaroo is called a buck or boomer, and an adult female is called a doe or jill.

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A female kangaroo has babys but the male dosent

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There is no specific name for a baby female kangaroo. It becomes known as a doe or Jill once it has mated and given birth to its first joey.

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