Stock Photo - Koala (Phascolarctos cenereus) - Eating eucalpytus leaves - Australia - Range is from southestern Queensland through eastern New South Wales and Victoria to

Stock Photo: Koala (Phascolarctos cenereus) - Eating eucalpytus leaves - Australia - Range is from southestern Queensland through eastern New South Wales and Victoria to.

Stock Photo - Koala (Phascolarctos cenereus) - Eating eucalpytus leaves - Australia - Range is from southestern Queensland through eastern New South Wales and Victoria to ...  southeastern South Australia - Confined to eucalyptus forests as eucalyptus leaves form the main diet - Is largely nocturnal and completely arboreal-only occasionally coming to the ground to shuffle slowly to another food tree or to lick up soil or gravel which serves as a digestive aid - Numbered in the millions until a drastic decline in numbers started in the early 1900s due to clearing of woodland habitat and demand for its fur - Only a few thousand left in the late 1920s - Now legally protected

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