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    Red roo boss
    Gray roo be female rebirth pack
    Joey can be female and male

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    The can live in the kangaroo Mesa at the herd

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    I shall Add to this, because I like this Idea! Maybe they'd be quite hard to tame (Because they're Kangaroos, and if they are tamed, they can follow one and attack with the player. If one is attacked and others are close enough, they will All, attack. Their attacks would be kicking and punching, (standing on tail when kicking) They'd probably spawn in Savannah Biomes, and, yeah.

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    Cameron Bruce commented

    Kangaroos and emus in savannah attacks for kangaroos would be tail Wipeout kick and punch emu attack would be peck and the villages should drink beer

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    I don't think kangaroo's should be tamable as they're not tamable in the wild. IMO they should be a neutral mob that lives along the edge of deserts where they border grassy landscapes and in Savannah's. There should be three different kinds-Large red roos with the males being as tall as Endermen and the females being as tall as Steve, Grey roos with males as tall as a human and females around the same size (since there isn't too much size variation there) and wallaby's that would be one block tall. They would all carry Jills/Joey's in their pouches (the young roos would look the same since there's not much difference between them until they get older). 

    As far as attacks they'd primarily use their forepaws to punch nad legs to kick out while balancing on their tail (this would cause a LOT more damage). Roos don't use their tail in combat. Bonus attacks could be choking enemies from behind and if they're near water roos can push enemies underwater. As far as roo mobs attacking as one this really doesn't happen. Usually roo mobs will have one roo mob 'boss' who is group alpha. They'll be the biggest male and will be the one doing the majority of combat.