Meet the mob of street-smart kangaroos moving into Australia’s capital city and the ecologists who follow their every move. Watch the full episode.
Kangaroo Mob Producer Sally Ingleton discusses the genesis of the documentary and what urban kangaroos can teach us.
Meet Blackspot, the dominant male of a local Canberra kangaroo mob.
There are thousands of kangaroos living in the hills around Canberra. And as night falls, they start moving into the suburbs.
Trips to the city become less frequent when there's an abundance of grass in the hills.
Chambered stomachs, marsupiums, hopping vast terrains and other facts and stats about this iconic marsupial.
What makes a marsupial, a marsupial? The biogeographic history and biological evolution of this particular infraclass of mammals.
Following the stories of several urban kangaroos, Kangaroo Mob reveals how these metropolitan marsupials manage to survive the city, and documents the ongoing debate on how best to manage them.
Some of the hardships kangaroos must learn to endure are summer temperatures reaching more than 140 degrees Fahrenheit.
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