One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A small seed-eating hopping rodent with large cheek pouches and long hind legs, found in North America.
- ‘Blackstone growled down at the kangaroo mouse, before turning away.’
- ‘Activity is only observed from March to October, suggesting the kangaroo mice may hibernate.’
- ‘The tail of the kangaroo mouse is thickest in the middle, tapered at both ends, black tip, and no tuft.’
- ‘The kangaroo mice are narrowly adapted, so finding the correct floral and soil composition is essential.’
- ‘The kidneys of kangaroo mice are very efficient, and fat is stored in their tails.’
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