Koala Bear

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  1. Mezigul
    Because of the animal ’s superficial resemblance to a small bear, the koala is sometimes called, albeit erroneously, the koala bear. The koala feeds very selectively on the leaves of certain eucalyptus trees. Generally solitary, individuals move within a home range of more than a dozen trees, one of which is favoured over the others.
  2. Tygorisar
    The koala bear is an adorable, tree dwelling marsupial that is perhaps the most popular animal native to Australia. Koalas live in Eucalypt forests, spending the vast majority of their lives in just a handful of eucalyptus trees, also known as gum trees.
  3. Mikakazahn
    Download the perfect koala bear pictures. Find over + of the best free koala bear images. Free for commercial use No attribution required Copyright-free.
  4. Gakazahn
    KOALA FACTS. Size: Up to 3 feet in length. Weight: 20 to 30 pounds. Lifespan: Koala information gathered from both wild and captive habitats suggest koalas live to be around 15 to 20 years. Definition: The koala is a nocturnal marsupial and is a herbivore.
  5. Mikora
    Supplier of family friendly solutions for business. Products include the Koala Bear Kare Baby Changing Station, parental convenience and children's play structures.
  6. Mut
    Well, like bears, koalas are mammals, and they have round, fuzzy ears and look cute and cuddly, like a teddy bear. But koalas are not bears. They are members of a group of pouched animals called marsupials. Marsupials include kangaroos, wallabies, wallaroos, wombats, possums, and opossums.
  7. Meztibei
    Koalas to the Max, a site made with love by Vadim Ogievetsky for Annie Albagli.
  8. Zulkizragore
    This space here is just part of our expansive 'Koala Forest' exhibit, where a number of our female koalas live. Our Koala Forest is a large, shaded semi-outdoor exhibit, that comes with the added luxury of outdoor air-conditioning, to help keep our little ladies cool during the heat of summer.

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