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
Koalas are marsupials, related to kangaroos. Most marsupials have pouches
where the tiny newborns develop. A koala mother usually gives birth to one joey
Did you know koalas sleep 20 hours a day? Learn more interesting koala facts at
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Information about Koalas, the marsupial including graphics and forum.
Nov 24, 2013 ... Two Koalas is having an argument. They make the weirdest sounds, it´s super
Feb 11, 2016 ... Tree-hugging, eucalyptus-chomping, sleep-loving: it is easy to see why the
cuddly koala is an animal favourite for any tourist Down Under.
We often hear these adorable Aussies called 'koala bears', but they are actually
not bears at all. Koalas are marsupials, so they carry their young in a pouch, ...
Fortunately for koalas, they are equipped with a small nub of thick, fur-covered
gristle called a vestigial tail. The tail works as a seat cushion, allowing them to ...
Nov 18, 2014 ... Koalas are an Australian icon that have a keen sense of smell, eat mainly
eucalyptus leaves and have fingerprints like humans!
The koala is an arboreal (tree-dwelling), herbivorous marsupial native to
Australia. Found in coastal areas of the mainland's eastern and southern regions,