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by • May 19, 2014 • Animals, MammalsComments Off on The largest marsupial in the world.

The largest marsupial in the world.

The largest contemporary marsupial is the red kangaroo (Macropus rufus). It has about 2 m (6,56 ft) in height and around 90 kg (198,41 lb) in weight.

Source: http://dinoanimals.com

The heaviest red kangaroos has even 150 kg (330,69 lb) in weight. The red kangaroo is a good swimmer,  fighter and jumper.

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