A kangaroo is a large wild animal whose weight is 66 kg (weight 145 lb) and the height is 2 m (6.6 ft). It is recognized by its large and powerful hind legs with long feet. The ears are large and protruded; the muzzles are long while the tails are also very long and powerful. The color of the coat is grey and it becomes gradually lighter to the inner sides of the body. The front arms are much shorter than the hind legs and the paws are very small and black. Just like with koalas, female kangaroos have poaches, which are the pockets of skin on the bellies, used for protecting and carrying their young.