It’s hard to say exactly, but it has been estimated that the populations of the 4 most common species of kangaroo in the wild total about 50 million. Larger kangaroos that are believed to have relatively healthy populations are also allowed to be hunted for their meat and hides, but endangered kangaroos are protected by law
Between the Eastern Grey, the Red, and Western Grey Kangaroo, there were estimated to be 23,000,000 kangaroos in Australia in 1996. Since then, their numbers have been thought to increase due to the extinction of the Tasmanian wolf, its natural predator, and their high reproductive rate. There are thought to be more Kangaroos alive today than the population of Australia. (22.336 million people)
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