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What is a kangaroo classified as?
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In this way, is a kangaroo a mammal?
Answer and Explanation: Kangaroos are a type of mammal called a marsupial. Marsupials all carry their young in pouches on their stomachs.
Subsequently, question is, what type of skin does a kangaroo have? (Like all marsupials, female kangaroos have a protective flap of fur-covered skin that shields the offspring as they suckle on teats. The kangaroo's marsupium, as this flap is called, is a full pouch that opens toward the head.)
Subsequently, question is, what is the scientific name for a kangaroo?
Do Kangaroos have periods?
Kangaroos Have Three Vaginas. We interrupt your regularly scheduled news programming to bring you this wonderful piece of trivia about kangaroo genitals. The side ones carry sperm to the two uteruses (and males marsupials often have two-pronged penises), while the middle vagina sends the joey down to the outside world.