Spend some time observing these two females, both carrying their young.
As marsupials, kangaroo offspring transition from the womb to their mother’s pouch, or marsupian, after about five weeks. They then complete their development until large enough to emerge after 27 weeks, climbing in and out of the pouch until they’re about 34 weeks old. Humans carry their young inside their wombs for about 38 weeks before they emerge, carrying them in their arms until they’re about 40 weeks old when they begin to walk.
Having considered these two female mammals and their respective babies, ask yourself a simple question. Would you ever advocate for reaching into a kangaroo’s pouch and ripping the limbs off of that baby kangaroo to kill them? If you are pro-choice, that’s exactly what you’re advocating for doing to a baby human. Why would killing a baby kangaroo disturb you more than killing a baby human?
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