National Geographic explores how life for kangaroos in Australian suburbs compares to life in the country. Kicking and hopping its way to domination in some of the toughest terrain in the world, human confrontations, competition with livestock, and traffic hazards are affecting both kangaroo and human populations everywhere. Discover how Australians in different communities are finding new and innovative ways to live among their marsupial neighbors and meet the "roo whisperer," a wildlife caregiver who rescues abandoned or injured kangaroos in his home.
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How our DVDs and DVD-Rs Differ
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