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What are some adaptations of the kangaroo?

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Kangaroos are uniquely adapted to life in Australia, a country that suffers frequent droughts. The mother kangaroo spends most of her adult life pregnant, but in drought times, she has the ability to indefinitely "freeze" the development of the young
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