Kangaroo (noun)

  1. A large marsupial with a long tail, short forelimbs, and powerful hind legs for hopping, found in Australia and on nearby islands.
  2. A female kangaroo that has given birth to at least one joey.

Origin:

From dharug gannguru.

Examples:

  1. The kangaroo hopped across the grassy plain, its powerful hind legs propelling it forward.
  2. The city zoo had a exhibit of kangaroos which visitors could watch and learn about.
  3. The kangaroo is a symbol of Australia and features prominently on the national coat of arms.
  4. The kangaroo's pouch is used to carry and protect its young, called joeys.
  5. The hunter tracked the kangaroo through the brush, but was unable to get a clear shot.
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