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Hello one and all, I hope you are enjoying my puzzle theme.

PLEASE DO *NOT* REVEAL THE ANSWERS SO THAT OTHERS CAN PLAY - MUCH APPRECIATED

I will post the answers this time tomorrow.

Ok here goes .......

Which 'J' is the name for a baby Kangaroo or Koala Bear?
a) Joey
b) Jimmy
c) Jerry
d) Jessie
e) Josh
f) Jack

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I remember watching a BBC/Attenborough about the Kangaroo Joey's an amazingly hard start to life.

You're welcome alias, it is amazing. I never would have seen it if you hadn't mentioned it, so I thank you.

How about g) Whassisname? for if we forget the joey's name?

It is amazing that ALL roo kids are given the same name. Therefore, the answer section is wrong. If all roo kids are named joey, then there can be NO OTHER NAMES AT ALL.

Therfore, My answer sheet would look like this.

a)Joey
b) Joey
c) Joey
d) Joey
e) Joey
f) Joey

c) Joey.

Thank you, it is amazing to watch!

@alias2v
Here's a link to NatGeo Wild:

https://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/00000144-0a2b-d3cb-a96c-7b2f231e0000

Some years ago I watched (TV, Attenborough(?)) a newborn kangaroo climb to the pouch. It was a very long journey for that little creature.

Got it!

I got lucky.... 3 out of 4 today.

Yes!

And the answer is................ a) Joey

The word 'kangaroo' derives from the Guugu Yimithirr word gangurru, referring to grey kangaroos
The name was first recorded as "Kangooroo or Kanguru" on 4 August 1770, by Lieutenant (later Captain) James Cook on the banks of the Endeavour River at the site of modern Cooktown, when HM Bark Endeavour was beached for almost seven weeks to repair damage sustained on the Great Barrier Reef.
According to this legend, Lieutenant Cook and naturalist Sir Joseph Banks were exploring the area when they happened upon the animal.
They asked a nearby local what the creatures were called. The local responded "Kangaroo", meaning "I don't understand you", which Cook took to be the name of the creature.
Some interesting kangaroo facts
A male kangaroo is called a boomer
A female kangaroo is called a flyer
A baby kangaroo is called a joey
A Kangaroo is a marsupial mammal.
It is a macropod which means "big foot".
There are over 40 different types (species) of Kangaroo.
The smaller ones are usually called Wallabies.
The largest is the Red Kangaroo.
It stands taller than a man and can weigh 85 kg's.
It is the largest marsupial in the world.
On the Australian coat of arms the Emu and the Kangaroo were selected as symbols of Australia to represent the country progress because they are always moving forward and never move backwards.
Kangaroos are the largest marsupial mammals. They belong to the Macropodidae family.
Kangaroos usually have one young annually. The young kangaroo, or joey, is born at a very immature stage when it is only about 2 cm long and weighs less than a gram. Immediately after birth it crawls up the mother's body and enters the pouch. The baby attaches its mouth to one of four teats, which then enlarges to hold the young animal in place. After several weeks, the joey becomes more active and gradually spends more and more time outside the pouch, which it leaves completely between 7 and 10 months of age.
Female kangaroos enter into heat within a few days after giving birth they mate and conceive, but after only one week's development does the microscopic embryo enter a dormant state that lasts until the previous young leaves the pouch.
The development of the second embryo then resumes and proceeds to birth after a gestation period of about 30 days.
There are 47 varieties of kangaroo, ranging in size from the two-pound rock wallaby to the 6-foot, 300-pound red kangaroo.
Kangaroos are FAST!
The Kangaroo moves by hopping on its powerful hind legs. It uses its thick long tail to balance its body while hopping. A kangaroo can hop at up to 60kmh (40mph). It can also leap over obstacles up to 3m (10ft) high. Because of the unusual shape of its legs and its bulky tail a kangaroo can't walk or move backwards very easily. Kangaroos are found in Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea.
They are grazing animals that eat grass, young shoots and leaves of heath plants and grass trees. Kangaroos need very little water to survive and are capable of going for months without drinking at all.
The kangaroo usually rests in the shade during the day and comes out to eat in the late afternoon and night when it’s much cooler. It eats mostly grass. It needs very little water to survive. It can survive without drinking for months.

This cartoon made me laugh so hard. I just had to share it :)))

I know, I know☺

I know this one, too. Remember the episode of Golden Girls where Maude had 2 black eyes? Somebody asked her what happened. She said, "I was jumping rope without a bra."

Know this one. Thanks, Bonnie.

I guess it DOES depend on its name :))

All of the above if it’s a boy. Maybe d) if it’s a girl.

LOL to the cartoon. ;-))

g) Skippy

I think there MAY be a connection hippo.

Is this why you don't see many grown women on pogo sticks??

Bonnie - Great cartoon. LOLOLOLOLOLOLO - I'm laughing so hard I can't breathe!
I know this one.

So roos have built in sports bras?

Actually, kangaroos DO have boobs. They're just tucked inside the pouch.