Kangaroo Coloring Pages

With these kangaroo coloring pages, you will be able to travel in your dreams to Australia. The place where kangaroos have lived for thousands of years. 

This marsupial has the particularity of having a pouch in its belly to carry its young and move by jumping, as on a spring. Quickly color these kangaroos before they bounce!

Free Kangaroo Coloring Pages

Kangaroo Dot To Dot Coloring Page
Kangaroo Dot To Dot Coloring Page
Kangaroo In Habitat Coloring Page
Kangaroo In Habitat Coloring Page
National Geographic Kangaroo Coloring Page
National Geographic Kangaroo Coloring Page
Santa With Kangaroo Coloring Page
Santa With Kangaroo Coloring Page
Baby Kangaroo Coloring Page
Baby Kangaroo Coloring Page
Black And White Coloring Page Kangaroo
Black And White Coloring Page Kangaroo
Cartoon Kangaroo With Joey Coloring Page
Cartoon Kangaroo With Joey Coloring Page
Coloring Page Baby Kangaroo
Coloring Page Baby Kangaroo
Eric Carle Kangaroo Coloring Page Art
Eric Carle Kangaroo Coloring Page Art
Free Coloring Page Cute Kangaroo
Free Coloring Page Cute Kangaroo
Free Printable Coloring Page Kangaroo
Free Printable Coloring Page Kangaroo
Free Printable Coloring Page Of A Kangaroo
Free Printable Coloring Page Of A Kangaroo
Image Coloring Page Kangaroo
Image Coloring Page Kangaroo
Kangaroo Coloring Page With Seperate Baby And Pocket
Kangaroo Coloring Page With Seperate Baby And Pocket
Kangaroo Coloring PagePuzzles
Kangaroo Coloring PagePuzzles

Kangaroo Characteristic

Kangaroo is a common name used to denote some of the approximately 60 species in the macropod family. The most common is the red kangaroo and the gray kangaroo. 

They vary in size: the smallest species of hare kangaroo can weigh 1 kg, while the largest of the genus Macropus can exceed 90 kg. 

The tail, long and muscular, is used both as a support and to balance the body during jumps. The front legs end in five toes, used for grasping food and clinging. 

In the feet, the first toe is missing while the second and third toes are united by syndactyly, as in all Diprotodonts, and the fourth is the strongest and most developed. 

The dentition contains only four incisors: the two lower ones are more developed than the upper ones, and in chewing, they hit a complicated palate area. 

Based on fossil finds, it is assumed that kangaroos appeared in Australia about 15 million years ago. They live in Australia, New Guinea, Tasmania, and neighboring islands.

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