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A look at the lives of kangaroos.

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Aggressive predators, extreme weather and lively joeys can make it challenging for mother kangaroos.
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Male kangaroos, also known as bucks, face both risk and reward in their drive to secure their species.
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The kangaroos that populate the woodlands, pastures and forests of Australia cluster together in groups known as mobs.

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