When you think of Australian wildlife, you think of kangaroos. Many of these iconic marsupials call Taronga Zoo home, and all three species—Western Gray, Eastern Gray and Red Kangaroo—are represented. At the zoo's education center, visitors can touch and interact with kangaroos that have been hand-reared by keepers.
In the wild, kangaroos live in groups called "mobs." Mobs can be as small as two or as large as 100 kangaroos.