- n. Plural form of marsupial.
“Xeni dons a tutu made of baby heads on today's Boing Boing tv: we visit the workshop of Your Psycho Girlfriend, creators of demented couture and cyborg marsupials from the future.”
“The magnificence of the marsupials is likewise omitted.”
“Marsu sort of stands for marsupials, which is the family that kangaroos belong to.”
“They are, as you are doubtless aware, marsupials, that is, they carry their young in a pouch until they are able to run about by themselves.”
“Giant creatures such as marsupials and flightless birds that once roamed Australia became extinct about 40 000 years ago, some 5 000 years after humans arrived, a new study shows.”
“JonG: Only mammals with pouches can be considered "marsupials".”
“Our results confirm for the first time that several groups of mammals, including groups such as marsupials that never colonized”
“You're right, bigjake, definitely marsupials and frequently considered vermin.”
“Dozens of species of marsupials live in Australia, and at least 10 different Australian wines feature a kangaroo or a wallaby.”
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