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Kangaroos are herbivores and eat coarse grasses, leaves, ferns, moss and even insects
A baby Kangaroo or joey starts to leave the pouch by 6–8 months and generally quite independent by 12 months
Kangaroos can swim, although mainly to avoid predators, its pretty rare to see a Kangaroo swimming in the Wild!
Kangaroos can survive without water for months as they get their hydration from their herbivore diet
Kangaroo are able to hop at speeds of up to 60kmh (40mph)
Kangaroos have been known to jump up to 3m (10ft) high
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