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Kangaroo moves by hopping on its hind legs, using
its tail for steering and balancing. They can hop
at speeds up to 40mph. When a Kangaroo is moving
slowly the tail is used as an extra leg that
which offers support standing on its hind legs.
Most kangaroos can only move both their back legs
together and not one at a time. Kangaroos are
found in Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea.
They are grazing animals that eat grass, young
shoots and leaves of heath plants and grass
trees. They need very little water to survive and
are capable of going for months without drinking
at all. Our Large Kangaroo Marionette stands
nearly 38 inches tall and can hop however high
you choose, using the his simple control.
KANGAROO MARIONETTE (WB397)
kangaroo is called a boomer and
a female kangaroo is called a flyer.
This Small Marionette Kangaroo looks so good that
he (or she) can play the role of an adult or,
with the Large Kangaroo above, play a joey
which is the name for a baby kangaroo. Just
rock the control from side to side to make him
walk. He stands just 8 inches tall and his
control is 16 inches from the floor.
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