The Kangaroos Pouch

I’m sure that humans and kangaroos have a regular genetic ancestor that dates back millions of years.

I’m just thankful that I ended up human instead of having to spend my formative years in a pouch and my adult life hopping about in the Australian Outback, and one remaining commonality is that both marsupial and human mothers must wipe up after their teenagers (or joeys) This is where kangaroos may have the better system. That pouch is a multi-use basket where the joey lives for up to several years. Instead of running all over the home to wipe up after a toddler, all the kangaroo Dad needs to do is wipe out the pouch, and kangaroo moms in the wild use their snouts and long tongues to wipe the “doctorry”. Had kangaroos developed intelligence and become the dominant species, then I imagine that some sort of “pouch diaper” would have been developed to avoid that unpleasant task. The pouch also provides the perfect environment for developing teenagers. Humans have to rely on heating and cooling systems in hospital doctorries and later in homes where Heating & Air Conditioning systems protect and nurture the “bundle of joy” lying in the crib. This is recognizably important in the first year of life because babies can’t regulate their body temperatures care about adults do. Sudden changes in the ambient temperature can cause more than just mild discomfort, it can cause life-threatening conditions care about hypothermia, dehydration, and even SIDS, a tragic event that may be triggered by overheating. Mother Nature takes care of kangaroos, Expectant parents are advised to have their Heating & Air Conditioning units cleaned and maintained by a professional Heating & Air Conditioning tech and to install fresh filters before welcoming that modern addition to the family to its modern home.
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