No. The kangaroo pouch is a key characteristic of a marsupial, which is an “infraclass” of mammal that raises their young in a pouch. Marsupials do not incubate their young inside placentas. They are found only on land; in Australia, Asia, and New Guinea. There are no marine animals with this pouch characteristic. However, seahorses do incubate their young in a pouch–but the mechanism is not the same, as this pouch is self-contained.
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