A kangaroo is an animal found only in Australia. It has a small relative called a wallaby, that lives in Tasmania and New Guinea. Kangaroos eat grass and plants. They have short front legs, long and strong back legs, and a tail. These are used to sit up and jump. Kangaroos are well known for their 8-meter forward jumps and more than 3-meters high leap across fences. They can also run at the speed of over 45 kilometers per hour. The largest kangaroos are the Great Grey Kangaroos and Red Kangaroos. Adult kangaroos grow to a meter in length and 90 kilos in weight. Kangaroos are marsupials. This means that the female kangaroo has an external pouch on the front of her body. The baby kangaroo is very tiny when it was born. It right away crawls into its mother's pouch where it spends the first five months of its life.
Adapted from Peter Haddock Ltd, Ref.083
Which of these statements is contrary to the fact?
Kangaroos are not carnivorous.
Kangaroo is native animal of Australia.
All wallabies are of smaller size than Kangaroos.
All marsupial females have pouch on the front of their body.
Baby Kangaroos leave their mother's pouch at the age of five months.
Dalam kalimat “This means that the female kangaroo has an external pouch on the front of her body”, dapat diketahui bahwa kangguru betina memiliki kantong yang terletak di bagian depan tubuhnya. Dari informasi tersebut dapat diketahui bahwa kangguru memiliki kantong di bagian depan tubuhnya tetapi tidak dapat disimpulkan kalau binatang marsupial lainnya juga memiliki kantong yang terletak di bagian depan tubuhnya sehingga pilihan jawaban yang tepat adalah (D).
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