Kanguruların Özellikleri İngilizce

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  1. Lavinia


    16 Şubat 2012
    İngilizce kanguruların özellikleri

    The kangaroo is a marsupial. Kangaroos are indigenous to Australia and the Indonesian island of New Guinea. Kangaroos are often seen congregating in groups. But they are generally fairly solitary mammals.
    Kangaroos have a deep pouch on their front in which to carry their young. A baby kangaroo is called a joey. Kangaroos eat plants, nuts, berries and insects that the kangaroos rummage for in the arid wilderness.
    Kangaroos have four feet, two front feet and two back feet. The two front feet are heavily clawed and shorter than the kangaroos’ back feet. They are used for eating, playing, and fighting. The front feet have 5 toes of different lengths. The back feet are long and powerful and are used for hopping. There are 4 toes on the back feet. One of these toes has a sharp claw which is used for defense. The tail of the kangaroo is often times referred to as its “third leg”. The kangaroo tail is both long and strong. The average length of the tail in the Red kangaroo is 42 inches but may be much smaller in different species. The tail is used for balance when hopping and also when standing.