"Red kangaroos, the biggest marsupials in the world, live only in Australia. They were originally considered endangered due to "commercial importation of kangaroos, their parts and products," according to the Federal Register species account.
Less than 10 years after being included on the Endangered Species list, these bouncers were put up for delisting, but then new data revealed that a severe drought had prevented populations from recovering. Just about a decade after that, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service deemed red kangaroo populations stable, removing these animals from the ESA." (1)
(1) Back from the Brink: 13 Animals Saved from Extinction, Michele Berger, Oct 31, 2014, weather.com