In this manner, do all kangaroos have pouches?
Kangaroos and other marsupials have aspecial pouch — called a marsupium — forcarrying their babies, because their young are particularly smallwhen they're born. Since pouches are for babies to stay in,only female kangaroos have them. Male kangaroos whowant pockets simply have to wear pants.
Considering this, do male marsupials have pouches?
1 Answer. In most marsupials, only the femaleshave a pouch. However, males of the wateropossum and the extinct tasmanian tiger (or thylacine) alsohave a pouch. The males of both the thylacineand water opposum used/use their pouch to keep theirgenitalia from getting entangled in vegetation.
For a human to fit in a kangaroo's pouch,the kangaroo would need to be at least 4 metres tall andweigh an estimated 600kg. Even so, any human wishing tofit into a pouch would likely need to adopt thefoetal position. And kangaroos are not impressed or eveninterested in Rolexes in the slightest.