Tiny Baby Kangaroo Climbs Into Mother’s Pouch – BBC Earth


Baby Kangaroos are born weighing less than a sugar cube. Using only it’s forearms it climbs from it’s mothers womb into the relative safety of the pouch. Subscribe to BBC Earth for more amazing animal videos –


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