Marsupials are mammals that commonly bear a pouch such as Kangaroos and Koala Bears. Two thirds of marsupial species are found in Australia.
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The Ultimate Kangaroo Quiz
There's lots more to know about kangaroos than the interesting way they carry their babies. Take this quiz to learn more about kangaroos. See more »
The Ultimate Tasmanian Devil Quiz
Extinction of the Tasmanian devil is a serous concern. Take this quiz and learn more about the possible extinction of the Tasmanian devil. See more »
Are Tasmanian devils fighting their way to extinction?
Tasmanian devil extinction is a possibility; even at birth, their lives are fraught with survival hardships. Read about the cause of Tasmanian devil extinction.
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Why is wombat scat shaped like a cube?
The shape of wombat scat closely resembles dice. Learn why wombat scat has such a distinctive shape and what this means for other animals in the area.
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Marsupials are mammals that commonly bear a pouch such as kangaroos and koalas. Learn more by viewing these marsupial pictures. See more »
Why do kangaroos hop?
Kangaroos hop with the help of powerful toes and springy tendons. Learn how kangaroos hop across terrain, and if they're physically able to walk.
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Do koalas smell like cough drops?
Do koalas smell like cough drops? Learn how koalas break down eucalyptus leaves, digest them and render calories from their very fibrous food source. See more »
What's the difference between a wallaby and a kangaroo?
The wallaby and the kangaroo are similar but not identical. Find out what makes the wallaby and the kangaroo different. See more »
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