Paragraph 4 supports all of the following statements about the red kangaroo of central Australia EXCEPT: A. A female kangaroo mates again shortly after her newborn enters her pouch. B. During diapause, a young kangaroo stays in the female's pouch and growth of a second fertilized egg inside the uterus is delayed. C. To put different young kangaroos at various stages of development is advantageous for the female kangaroo to handle them at the same time. D. The pause of the development of an embryo has more benefits for preparing it to avoid the harsh times than for competing with its siblings.