Here is an educational video to teach marsupials for kids and adults. Kiddopedia team brings you a high definition video of marsupial mammals and their sounds. 18 different marsupial animals of Australia, Tanzania, and Americas are featured in this mini marsupial documentary.
Marsupial definition: Marsupials are a group of mammals that carry their young in a pouch. Kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, and opossums are well-known marsupials. These pouched animals belong to the order of Marsupialia.
In this video, you are going to watch the HD videos of different marsupial mammals. Sounds of marsupials are included in the high-quality video footage to help preschoolers and kindergarten children learn about marsupials visually and with audio. Learning about marsupials for kids at kindergarten is a fun activity. Additionally, every child loves animals and they are eager to learn about the animals that live in the Australia, Tanzania, and Americas.
Some marsupial facts
- Marsupials live only in Australia, Tanzania, the Americas and New Guinea.
- The largest marsupial in the world is the red kangaroo.
- Marsupials first evolved in South America about 100 million years ago. At that time, South America, Australia, and Antarctica were connected in one big continent.
- Sugar gliders are kept as a marsupial pet.
- Most marsupials are night creatures. Their most important senses are their hearing and sense of smell.
- Are marsupials mammals? Yes, marsupials are mammals. However, marsupials are different from other mammals because they have a pouch to carry their young.
Which marsupials for kids will I learn with this video?
We will see and hear the sounds of following marsupial animals for kids in this video: wombat, koala, kangaroo, Tasmanian devil, numbat, opossum, quoll, quokka, tree, kangaroo, Tasmanian pademelon, bettong, wallaby, possum, glider, cuscus, rat kangaroo, dunnart, bandicoot, marsupial mouse – antechinus, sugar glider.
Please have a look our Australian animals page for more educational videos of the animals of Australia and Tanzania.