Researchers Call The Kangaroo World's First Five-Legged Animal

Researchers in Colorado; Sydney, Australia; and Burnaby, Canada say kangaroos use their tails as a fifth leg, using the tail to propel them when they walk even more than their front or hind legs. Jen Markham explains.

http://archive.packersnews.com/VideoNetwork/3657412845001/Researchers-Call-The-Kangaroo-World-s-First-Five-Legged-Animal http://archive.packersnews.com/VideoNetwork/3657412845001/Researchers-Call-The-Kangaroo-World-s-First-Five-Legged-Animal http://cdn.newslook.com/28/281bc85c34877871d4ce0943c2abce38/images/frame_ext.jpg Researchers Call The Kangaroo World's First Five-Legged Animal Researchers in Colorado; Sydney, Australia; and Burnaby, Canada say kangaroos use their tails as a fifth leg, using the tail to propel them when they walk even more than their front or hind legs. Jen Markham explains. australianewslooknew south walesJen Markham explainssouth walessydneyscience 01:04
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