Kangaroos: Biology of the Largest Marsupials

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Comstock Pub. Associates, 1995 - Nature - 162 pages
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Kangaroos are among the strangest of all mammals. This is not so much because they are marsupials and keep their young in a pouch but because they hop. They are the only large animals in the history of vertebrates to have hopped. Author Terry Dawson gets to the heart of the biology that what makes these animals special.

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