Kangaroo's are left handed

According to a study published in Journal Current Biology, by Yegor Malashichev from St. Petersburg State University  in Russia,Wild Kangaroos in Tasmania and Australia showed a naturally occurring preference for left hands in performing specific actions like picking a leaf, grooming their nose, or bending the branch of a tree for instance, says the study.  The researchers added that in red and grey kangaroos, the tendency to be left handed was particularly apparent.

In Wallabies with red neck, they also exhibited a preference for the left hand to carry out some tasks such as those that involved fine skills in motoring while the right hand was used for other tasks that demanded better physical strength.Source