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Animals: Kangaroos

These sites are about kangaroos. Learn about their diet, habitat, behavior, and characteristics. Find out how far and high this marsupial can jump. Includes photographs, coloring pages, and videos. There is a link to an eThemes Resource on Australia.


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Print out this labeled description of a kangaroo. NOTE: This site includes Google ads.
Print and color this illustration of a kangaroo and its joey. NOTE: This site includes Google ads.
Learn where kangaroos are found and how they defend themselves. Includes an illustration of a kangaroo.
This site has basic information about the different types of kangaroos, plus ideas for classroom games, stories, crafts, songs, and activities. NOTE: This site includes banner ads.
Learn facts about kangaroos by reading this article written from the perspective of a female kangaroo. Click on the picture at the bottom for more facts. NOTE: This site includes Google ads.
Learn more about the eastern gray kangaroo. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This site has brief facts about the gray kangaroo, audio clips, and photographs.
This site has fast facts and information about the habitat, diet, and social habits of these marsupials. There are pictures and also a video of a tree kangaroo.
This page has lots of pictures and facts about kangaroos. There is information about tree kangaroos, and a kangaroo rhyme.
This coloring page shows how a joey grows and resides in the pouch of the mother kangaroo after birth.
Read about the largest marsupial in Tasmania, and watch a video clip of Forester 'Roos.
Explore this site to learn about how Red Kangaroos survive in the Australian Outback. There is a photo essay, video clip, a lesson plan, and an interactive game. NOTE: This site includes an unmoderated discussion board.
Learn more facts about red kangaroos and see photos of kangaroos and other marsupials.
This is a two-page PDF file that outlines details about wallabies and different types of kangaroos.
Learn about the Huon tree kangaroo of New Guinea through photographs, videos, and a fact file. This kangaroo is an endangered animal.
Watch videos and see photographs of the Goodfellow's Tree Kangaroo. Also includes a fact file.
These sites have information about Australia, including its animals, geography, climate, and history. Includes photos, maps, quizzes and games, plus a virtual tour of the Sydney Opera House and a live Webcam that you can control. Also includes a link to eThemes Resources on koalas and the Olympics.

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