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Apr 7, 2021

[Answer] 6. Another national symbol and strict herbivore, which animal is a bit of a bounder?

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...1. dingo 2. kangaroo 3. koala 4. kookaburra The term "kangaroo" refers to the larger members of the Macropodidae family, of which there are 4 species found in Australia. There are another 50 or so smaller macropods found in Australia and New Guinea. Macropod means "large foot". Smaller macropods include rock wallabies, wallaroos, tree kangaroos and the rat kangaroo. Kangaroos are the only large animal to move by hopping, but cannot move backwards. They are also good swimmers.




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kangaroo:


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