What is the largest species of marsupial?



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    The largest species of marsupial that’s still living is the Red Kangaroo of Australia.  They weigh up to 200 pounds and normally equal a six foot tall man in height though they can get taller.  Their body length (including their tail) is larger than their height.

    The largest species that scientists have record of is the Diprotodon which was believed to exist in Australia more than 100,000 years ago.  Its fossils have shown it to be 1.8 meters tall and 3.5 meters long.  The creature was supposedly similar to a wombat.  

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