Watch As A Kangaroo Punches A Drone

Animals are definitely sending us a message that they value their privacy. First we had a hawk smack a drone out of the sky. And now a kangaroo has delivered a knockout punch against a hovering intruder. » 12/26/14 8:25am 12/26/14 8:25am

This Gigantic Ancient Kangaroo Didn't Hop — It Actually Walked

For millions of years there lived a rather large species of kangaroo in Australia called sthenurines. Weighing in at 550 pounds and featuring a 6'6" frame, these Pleistocene creatures must have been an awesome site — an animal made all the more remarkable by virtue of the fact that they walked around on their feet… » 10/16/14 6:20am 10/16/14 6:20am

Did You Know Kangaroos Have 5 Limbs?

Kangaroos are famous for their hopping, but a slow-moving roo relies more on its tail to get around than either of its feet. The result is a what biologists call a five-limbed, i.e. "pentapedal," gait. Yes, you read that correctly. The kangaroo is a pentaped – perhaps the only one on Earth. » 7/02/14 3:40pm 7/02/14 3:40pm

This YouTube channel is so ludicrously cute your head will explode

I have absolutely no clue who YouTube user 4u2roos is, but his or her channel — which is filmed at the Exotic Experience in Orlando — is brimming with videos of lemurs, dogs, kangaroos, tiny deer, and small horses acting adorable, usually in concert. » 8/22/12 7:20pm 8/22/12 7:20pm

Prehistoric humans co-existed with giant wallabies

Forget your tired images of prehistoric humans riding atop woolly mammoths and replace them with the thought of people hopping about inside the pouch of a giant wallaby. New research suggests that early humans coexisted with Tasmania's megafauna — and might have had a hand in their extinction. » 5/28/12 2:00pm 5/28/12 2:00pm