How To Draw A Kangaroo Drawing Easy [Step By Step]

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Hai everyone, today I want to show you how to draw a kangaroo drawing easy step by step. If you want to see the tutorial of the video. It is available below. visit our website for more information.

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How To Draw A Kangaroo Drawing

If you have any questions regarding through this drawing article on kangaroo you can ask us in the comment section. We have provided you a clear and step by step explanation.

Step:-1 Draw the face of the kangaroo.

Draw the face of the kangaroo.
Draw the face of the kangaroo.

Let’s start the first step of the drawing article on kangaroo. First draw the face of the kangaroo.

Draw the oval shape as the face and draw the two long ears of the kangaroo. Next draw the eye by drawing a curved line and curved circle attached to the line and draw the nose and mouth of the kangaroo.

When we are drawing you can use pencil and paper. While you are drawing you have to maintain a soft and smooth surface of the desk.

Step:-2 Draw the body of the kangaroo.

Draw the body of the kangaroo
Draw the body of the kangaroo

By following the step one, in step two you have draw the body of the kangaroo. Draw the long curved line attached to the face of the kangaroo.

Draw the same curved lines from the face and draw a long tail of the kangaroo.

Step:-3 Draw the legs of the kangaroo.

Draw the legs of the kangaroo.
Draw the legs of the kangaroo.

After completing the above steps, now draw the two legs and two hands of the kangaroo. Draw the arc inside the body of the kangaroo and draw the fingers in zigzag manner as shown in the picture.

After that you have to draw a pocket it’s a skin pocket means kangaroo saves her children in the body.

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How to draw kangaroo step by step
How to draw kangaroo step by step

About kangaroo

The kangaroo’s hind legs are very powerful, its feet are large and designed for leaping, it has a short head and a long tail for balance.

Like these animals, kangaroos and wallabies feed mainly on leaves and grass in the wild. Like these animals, they use hopping as a means of locomotion.

Alfalfa hay and pellets for macropods are fed to the kangaroos and wallabies, which refer to their specialized foot structure. 

What you need to know about kangaroos

  • Nighttime is the most active time for kangaroos. Kangaroos and wallabies represent about 45 species.
  • A kangaroo lives in a family group.
  • Female kangaroos give birth to one young each year.
  • Their tails are often used by kangaroos.
  • Every kangaroo has a different enemy.

Other than humans and occasional dingoes, kangaroos are rarely bothered by predators. 

Conclusion:-

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