How long do baby kangaroos stay in their mothers pouch?



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    They stay in their mother’s pouches between 7 and 11 months. Baby kangaroos will also stay attached and suck their mother’s nipple for 5 months. A joey needs to stay in its mother’s pouch for this amount of time because when it is born, it is not fully developed. When a mother gives birth to a kangaroo, the baby emerges from a section near the tail and swims for three to four minutes until its head is just above the mother’s pouch.

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