The koala is an arboreal herbivorous marsupial native to Australia. It is the only
extant representative of the family Phascolarctidae and its closest living relatives
Have you ever heard someone refer to a koala as a "koala bear?" Well, like bears
, koalas are mammals, and they have round, fuzzy ears and look cute and ...
Koalas are marsupials, related to kangaroos. Most marsupials have pouches
where the tiny newborns develop. A koala mother usually gives birth to one joey
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Koalas are not bears. They are not placental or 'eutherian' mammals, but
MARSUPIALS, which means that their young are born immature & they develop
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When not asleep a koala feeds on eucalyptus leaves, especially at night. Koalas
do not drink much water and they get most of their moisture from these leaves.
What? The Koala (Phasclarctos cinereus) is a warm blooded mammal, whose
closest living relative is the Wombat. Contrary to popular belief, it is not a bear.
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