Kangaroo coloring pages

Free printable Kangaroo coloring pages

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Kangaroo Coloring Pages are outline pictures of the most jumping animal on the planet. The kangaroo attracts the eye for a long time, and all thanks to the asymmetry of its body. The upper part is underdeveloped: the head is small, the legs are short. And the lower part is strong and muscular, which provides the kangaroo with the ability to make large jumps at high speed. Kangaroo feeds on trees, leaves, grass, worms. This animal usually does not pose a danger to humans, on the contrary, it is fearful and cautious, but if it suddenly sees that it is in danger, it actively defends itself with the help of those very strong hind legs and claws. In Australia, hunting for this animal is officially allowed, since the growth of its population will inevitably lead to damage to the property of farmers.

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