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Koala School I WL8029

A mother and young koala actively feed on their primary food source, eucalyptus leaves. They are found in coastal areas of mainland eastern and southern regions typically in open eucalyptus woodlands. This iconic Australian animal has been depicted in indigenous myths and cave art for millennia. Koalas are listed as endangered.
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A mother and young koala actively feed on their primary food source, eucalyptus leaves. They are found in coastal areas of mainland eastern and southern regions typically in open eucalyptus woodlands. This iconic Australian animal has been depicted in indigenous myths and cave art for millennia.   Koalas are listed as endangered.