Meet the kangaroo’s tree-dwelling cousin, the appropriately named tree kangaroo. While they have an appearance more akin to a monkey or sloth, the tree kangaroo is a marsupial and is a member of the Macropod family, which comprises kangaroos, wallabies, quokkas and others. There are 14 different species spread across the rainforests of North Eastern Australia, New Guinea and some of the surrounding islands in that region.

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