The Red Kangaroo lives in desert woodlands and dry open plains. The male Red Kangaroos fur is a brownish red and the female Red Kangaroos fur is greyish brown.Red Kangaroos have big ears to hear when dingos and other predators are coming, they're also very tall and strong to scare and fight off dangerous predators from themselves and there young.
Red Kangaroos structural adaptations are digging a hole helps because the top layer of the sand is very hot and deeper into the sand it gets cooler and damp and to cool down themselves when its very hot and dry.
Some Red kangaroos behavioural adaptations include licking itself, they're tail acting like another foot, they're back legs pushing them like springs and them jumping.Licking itself helps by cooling down themselves and there young, they're tail acts like another foot helping them to jump and keep them balance while they're jumping, they're back legs acting like springs pushing them further away, and finally them jumping saves allot of energy and wastes a lot of energy.
Big threats to the Red Kangaroo and other animals are mostly vehicle accidents sadly most of the Red Kangaroos population is lowering down because of vehicle accidents so drivers when your out in the bush at dusk keep alert.