they started playing Aussie rules in 1869, but started in the VFL/AFL in 1925.
The Kangaroos (North Melbourne) defeated Carlton by 35 points.
There are many members of the kangaroo family, and all are smaller than Red Kangaroos or Grey Kangaroos. Wallaroos, wallabies, potoroos and pademelons all look like kangaroos, but are smaller.
Like other members of the kangaroo family, tree kangaroos tend to have just a single joey at a time.
2009- Around 30,000 members
Kangaroos and koalas are simply called kangaroos and koalas.They are members of the sub-group of mammals known as marsupials.
Tree kangaroos, although arboreal, are fully members of the kangaroo family. They are macropods, like kangaroos, and members of the family Macropodidae. This family includes wallabies, wallaroos, Red Kangaroos, Grey Kangaroos, potoroos, quokkas, rat-kangaroos and pademelons. They are marsupials, giving birth to undeveloped young which then continue their development in the mother's pouch.
For season 2011 as of 22/02/2011 there are 53,244 members. Members need to renew each year. The club's target for 2011 is 70,000.
Collingwood. As at 11/06/2011 Collingwood has 70,465 members.
Gerbils are not related to kangaroos in any way. They are both mammals, but that is where their relationship ends. Gerbils are placental mammals and members of the order Rodentia, while kangaroos are marsupials and members of the order Diprotodontia.