Antonio Aguilera, contributor

Kangaroos are marsupials aka they carry their young in a pouch. Although the Kangaroo has many brothers that look like it i.e. wallabies and wallaroos, the term Kangaroo describes the largest of the bunch and includes the red Kangaroo, the Eastern grey Kangaroo, the Western grey Kangaroo and the antilopine Kangaroo. A group of kangaroos is called a mob. A male is a boomer and a female is a jill.

Babies are referred to as joeys like all other marsupial babies. Kangaroos are strict herbivores however they hardly release any methane unlike the most cattle. Kangaroos meat is commonly found in Australia and is considered to be a healthier and more sustainable option than other types of meat. There are more Kangaroos in Australia then there are Australian people.

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