Here is an image by artist Peter Trusler of the 2 meter tall Australian Procoptodon. It was a strange kangaroo like creature that died out 15,000 years ago and was primarily a browser, capable of reaching 3 meters into the trees with its long clawed hands. It also had a short tail, probably used to prop it up when feeding, as well as monodactyl (functionally one toed) feet. The short face and foreword pointing eyes allowed Procoptodon to focus on a single point with both eyes, enabling it to manipulate food with its hands in a coordinated way.
Of course this critter hopped like modern kangaroos; its ankle bones were abnormally wide to stabilize its single toed foot and allow for greater surface area of the leg pulling tendons.