What are Koalas?


Although koalas are also referred to as koala bears, they are not members of the bear family. They are marsupials that are found mainly in Australia, and eat mostly eucalyptus leaves. Classified as marsupials, the females carry their offspring in a
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Koala is an Australian arboreal marsupial that has a broad head, dense gray fur, large hairy ears, and sharp claws. It is also called koala bear or Phascolarctos ...
Koala is a marsupial herbivore found in Australia. Koalas are rather small, round animals weighing around 30 pounds. Their average lifespan is 17 years. ...
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