Origin of kangaroo
OTHER WORDS FROM kangarookan·ga·roo·like, adjective
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How to use kangaroo in a sentence
One such cluster of Australian megafauna extinctions, including the demise of Diprotodon and the giant kangaroo Procoptodon goliah, occurred around 42,000 years ago.A magnetic field reversal 42,000 years ago may have contributed to mass extinctions|Carolyn Gramling|February 18, 2021|Science News
Say you want to teach an AI to identify dogs, cats, and kangaroos.
Go to the Australian grasslands and there’ll be kangaroos but no cats or dogs.
Tell an AI a kangaroo is some fraction cat and some fraction dog—both of which it’s seen and knows well—and it’ll be able to identify a kangaroo without ever having seen one.
The kangaroo pocket keeps my hands warm on neighborhood walks, and the stretchy polyester outer makes it perfect around camp or in a sleeping bag if I need extra warmth at night.
And this is not the first time that the kangaroo courts of rural India have made such appalling judgments.
Capital Cities, "Kangaroo Court" This song has been around for a few weeks, but this video takes it to a whole new level.
It works and he gets the attention of a pretty poodle, but things quickly go awry, leading them all to a literal kangaroo court.
Inside one, a giant kangaroo sculpture holds a fireplace in its belly.
I felt as if I were in a literary version of kangaroo court.The Maslin Stain: A Writer Defends Himself Against the NYT Critic|William Stadiem|February 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Kangaroo can hop and hop and hop; Somehow he never seems to want to stop.
Nqa is very much surprised, because he has never seen a Kangaroo dance like that before.
You can see the marks of Kangaroo's big new feet running ever so far back over the bare hills.
A small kangaroo was seen by Mr. Cunningham feeding upon the grass, but fled the moment that it saw him approaching.
The traces of a small kangaroo were everywhere abundant but the animals were not seen.