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K o a l a s. Describing a koala. The koala is a marsupial. Koalas also have grey fur and has large rounded ears. Koalas stay in Queensland blue gum, Tallow wood, Swamp Mahogany and Scribbly gum trees. They are related to kangaroos. Koalas have joeys once. Joeys are the size of a jelly bean.

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describing a koala
Describing a koala
  • The koala is a marsupial. Koalas also have grey fur and has large rounded ears. Koalas stay in Queensland blue gum, Tallow wood, Swamp Mahogany and Scribbly gum trees. They are related to kangaroos. Koalas have joeys once. Joeys are the size of a jelly bean.
what is a koala
What is a koala?
  • A koala is a marsupial mammal and is indigenous to Australia.
who are the koala s predators
Who are the koala’s predators?

Hawks, dingoes, foxes, domestic dogs, and snakes.

when was the koala discovered
When was the koala discovered?
  • A thousand years ago by Aborigines.