How Did the Marsupial Get Their Pouch?

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There is something adorable about a kangaroo joey sticking their head out of the pouch. I remember visiting a zoo where we were able to walk through the kangaroo pen. It was raining.

A joey hopped out of its mother’s pouch and decided to explore the world. Well, mom, being smart, was in their rain shelter.

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