young hooligans -- swearing, chewing tobacco and always picking fights * Hares boxing

young hooligans -- swearing, chewing tobacco and always picking fights * Hares boxing

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Sure, it may seem like evolution made the male kangaroo ridiculously—even grotesquely—muscular. But you have to do something to impress the ladies if you're going to keep them pregnant all the time, and they just don't fall for kangaroo poetry any more.

Sure, it may seem like evolution made the male kangaroo ridiculously—even grotesquely—muscular. But you have to do something to impress the ladies if you're going to keep them pregnant all the time, and they just don't fall for kangaroo poetry any more.

Larger male red kangaroos are powerfully built. Like many species, male kangaroos sometimes fight over potential mates. They often lean back on their sturdy tail and "box" each other with their strong hind legs.

Larger male red kangaroos are powerfully built. Like many species, male kangaroos sometimes fight over potential mates. They often lean back on their sturdy tail and "box" each other with their strong hind legs.

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Hello! I'm Jasper the largest kangaroo here I out rank every animal here by size and strength if you wanna fight then tiu better be ready to have some broken ribs I'm kind and fast I have no mate and I'm a male

Hello! I'm Jasper the largest kangaroo here I out rank every animal here by size and strength if you wanna fight then tiu better be ready to have some broken ribs I'm kind and fast I have no mate and I'm a male

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In this Jan. 9, 2013 photo provided by the Chicago Zoological Society, a nearly 11-month-old male kangaroo joey hangs out with his mother, Daisy, 7 1/2, at Brookfield Zoo's Australia House exhibit in Brookfield, Ill. The joey is one of two born in early 2012 that just recently began coming out of their mother's pouches to explore their surroundings. As he grows, he obviously will be too big to fit in the pouch but will still stick his head in to nurse until he is about 18 months of age. (AP…

In this Jan. 9, 2013 photo provided by the Chicago Zoological Society, a nearly 11-month-old male kangaroo joey hangs out with his mother, Daisy, 7 1/2, at Brookfield Zoo's Australia House exhibit in Brookfield, Ill. The joey is one of two born in early 2012 that just recently began coming out of their mother's pouches to explore their surroundings. As he grows, he obviously will be too big to fit in the pouch but will still stick his head in to nurse until he is about 18 months of age. (AP…

Sometimes you just have to duke it out. That's what two male kangaroos did in the middle of a suburban neighborhood in New South Wales,...

Sometimes you just have to duke it out. That's what two male kangaroos did in the middle of a suburban neighborhood in New South Wales,...

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