KOALAS


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KOALASKnowledgeable Observation Analysis Advisory System
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Koalas are native to Australia and found in the wild in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.
Frankie is the world's first koala known to have blue eyes.
Over the next seven to 10 years, droughts and heat waves are predicted to become more common in southern Australia, and koalas are not exploded to adapt well.
In fact, in some areas in Victoria and South Australia, koalas are eating themselves out of suitable foraging habitat and their numbers need to be managed," he said.
See "News Detective: Emily Nurses Wild Animals") Thousands of animals, including koalas and kangaroos, died in the fires, and hundreds more were orphaned and injured.
The report, which aired Monday night, said vast eucalyptus timber plantations have emerged across southeast Australia, and koalas, which feed primarily on eucalyptus leaves, have colonized them, only to be wiped out during the logging process.
AN exciting birth was announced at Edinburgh Zoo yesterday - although it was a baby koala, not a panda.
Crowther said he could not predict a time frame for how quickly populations will fall, but said more must be done to protect koalas.
Washington, Dec 03 ( ANI ): Researchers have discovered that koalas have a specialized sound-producing organ which enables them to make mating calls that are more suited to an animal the size of an elephant.
3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- An image of a koala appearing dazed and homeless will be the centre of a large, outdoor installation at the festival Entijuanarte in Tijuana, Mexico from 3 - 6 October 2013.
Local media said the astonished canoeists put the animal on an embankment at a local golf club where koalas were known to populate the gum trees.