Stuffed Animal Kangaroos

The kangaroo is an almost unmissable part of any plushie collection. They are unique stuffed animals and are for sale in many variants. For example, there are stuffed animal kangaroos that are based on characters from films and series, but there are also very realistic kangaroos that look exactly like the species that live in Australia and New Guinea. Since plushie kangaroos are used to warm weather, they will have no problem keeping you nice and warm!

Buy a Stuffed Animal Kangaroo

Here are some of the cutest, most lovable plushie kangaroos! These cuties will redirect you to our partner site; buying a stuffed animal through our website helps us support the conservation of the world’s wild cat population.

Browse Amazon’s full range of kangaroo plushies:

Logo Amazon COM

Kangaroo plushie characteristics

Kangaroos have a number of features that set them apart from other animals. Just like koalas, wombats, Tasmanian devils and opossum they are marsupials. Marsupials carry their young – called “joeys” for kangaroos – in their pouches; a fold of skin that serves as a second uterus. Many stuffed animal kangaroos carry a small joey in their pouch: with these plushie toys will give you twice as much love!

Kangaroo stuffed animals have a long, powerful tail that helps them keep their balance and stand firmly. Their legs are strong and can be used for jumping. Kangaroos have a unique way of locomotion: they jump with their tail and hind legs to move forward quickly. You may not expect it from your plushie kangaroo anytime soon, but the real animals can jump up to 3 meters high!

Plushie kangaroos have a long neck and pointed ears, which allow them to hear well. This way they know immediately if there is any danger. The color of the coat of plushie kangaroos is usually light brown, brown red or gray. However, there are many other colors of kangaroo stuffed animals for sale online.

Famous Kangaroos (available as stuffed animals)

There are many well-known kangaroos in the media, including Hippity Hopper from the Looney Tunes (1930), who is often mistaken for a huge mouse; the plucky Skippy from the Australian television series Skippy the Bush Kangaroo (1966) and Kangaroo Jack from the Australian buddy comedy Kangaroo Jack (2003).

Additionally, the popular story Winnie the Pooh features two real stuffed animal kangaroos, namely mother Kanga and son Roo. Roo especially likes playing games and going on adventures. He is usually seen with his best friend Tigger, a jolly, jumping tiger. Another Disney kangaroo immortalized as a stuffed animal is Red, the kangaroo from The Rescuers Down Under (1990). Red is one of the imprisoned animals at Percival C. McLeach’s camp, which also includes the neurotic collared lizard Frank and the pessimistic koala Krebbs.

Shipping Information

The products in this category are available while stocks last. Our partner Amazon generally delivers products within 2 to 4 working days. Packages are delivered seven days a week, including through the U.S. Postal Service. With regard to returns, our partners determine their own return policy. There are various return options at Amazon; these options depend on the seller, the item, and the reason for the return.