Baby kangaroos, or joeys as they’re otherwise known, stay in their mother’s pouches for at least nine months. In addition, they continue to suckle milk from their mother’s teat until they reach twelve or seventeen months old. Kangaroos have an average of one child a year, but can hold up to 3 depending on which stage of development they’re in (out of the pouch, in the pouch, or as an embryo.)
When Kangaroos are born, they are about the size of a jelly bean. They crawl into their mother’s pouch and stay there for two months. After that, they step out of the pouch for the first time, but don’t permanently leave it until they are eight to ten months old.
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