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
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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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Koalas aren't bears as many people are led to believe. They aren't even related
to bears. The koala is related to the kangaroo and the wombat. The koala is a ...
Facts about koalas. Koalas are nocturnal marsupials famous for spending most of
their lives asleep in trees. During the day they doze, tucked into forks or nooks ...
Koala Facts, Koala information. Facts and information about Australian Koala. Is
the Koala a bear? Koala habitat, diet, biology. Koala facts for kids,educators and
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 ...
Koala Classification and EvolutionThe Koala is a small to medium sized mammal
that is found inhabiting a variety of different types of forest in south-eastern ...
Fur: The fur of the koala in southern region is thick and woolly and is thicker and
longer on the back than on the belly. Koalas in northern region have a short coat