One example is a kangaroo. A kangaroo can hop very high and far. Another example is a koala. A koala sleeps a lot and can climb very well. What makes them unique is that they carry their baby in a pouch.
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One marsupial is a Kangaroo. They have three ways to get away from the heat. They would stay in the shade,limit activities to night, and sometimes swim! The Kangroos find out the strongest one in the group by BOXING ( fighting to find out the best.) Kowalas are another marsupial. They sleep 19 hours a day! They have a pouch for their kids. When they get bigger they ride on their mothers back.
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One marsupial is a Koala "Bear". It is gray and white. When the baby gets out of the pouch it rides on the mama's back. Another marsupial is a kangaroo. They can go really fast and if a predator is near the kangaroo would kick it.
One of them is the kangroo. It has two ways of feeding its babies and jumps long distances. A Koala bear is also one. It climbs from tree to tree and eats leaves that are poisenes to all other animals.
One is a kangaroo another one is a koala. A kangaroo can jump far and high. A koala can not jump far and high. A koala can climb high while it has its baby on its back. A kangaroo has a pouch but it can not climb.
One Marsupial is the Kangaroo. It can jump far and high. It is very fast. The Kangaroo has a pouch that carries its Joey (baby Kangaroo). Another Marsupial is the Koala. It is a fast climber and sleeps almost an entire day! It carries it's Joey in it's pouch.
My two animals I chose are the wallabie and kohala. A wallabie is like a kangaroo. People call kohalas "kohala bears". Kohalas aren't bears. They are gray, cute, and fluffy. Something different and unique about them is they both have pouches to carry their babies in.
One example of a marsupial is a kohala. Kohalas are called kohala bears but they are not bears.Another marsupial is a kangaroo. A kangaroo can jump real high.Marsupials are different and unique because they have a pouch to hold their babies.
One example of a marsupial is the koala bear and another example of a marsupial is the kangaroo.A koala is different since of it's sleeping schedule.The koala sleeps 19 hours.The koala like the kangaroo has a pouch to carry it's babies. But once it is old enough rides on the mother's back and it feeds on the gum tree.The kangaroo jumps 25 feet high.It also has a pouch.But once the joey is old enough it stays out.The kangaroo stays in groups called mobs.They pick the leader by 'boxing'.I think both animals are cool
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The two i will pick is the kangaroo and the dingo.Lets start off with the kangaroo, this fact is the kangaroo can jump very high.Next fact is that they have a pouch for their babies.Dingoes are a type of the furry child family.Dingoes are breaded once a year. That is my Australia blog cant wait till Thursday.
One example is the Koala. The Koala has a little pouch for the baby Koala. Another example is the kangaroo. It has a pouch for the baby joey. It can also jump really high.
The two marsupials are a koala and a kangaroo. Both of these animals have a pouch to carry and raise their babies. The koala sleeps during the day and the kangaroo sleeps at night. The kangaroo hops and the koala climbs. My mom lived in Australia for a little a long time ago and rod in a jeep next to the kangaroos hopping in the wild. It was awesome.
The only marsupial I remember is the koala and the kangaroo. I'm not sure if they both have pouches. I know the kangaroo does but I am not sure if the koala does. I know more about the kangaroo than the koala. I think everybody knows that the kangaroo hops. Most koalas spend most of their time up in trees. These Australian animals are both pretty cool.