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The downside is that the antibiotics may be altering those gut microbes that allow koalas to eat eucalyptus, notes Katherine Dahlhausen, a doctoral student at the University of California, Davis.
The naked-style cake, which was reportedly made by AFM Banqueting Milano, according to Martha Stewart Weddings, was decorated with eucalyptus and fresh white and pink flowers.
Still, many shoppers opt for eucalyptus trees, which Californians consider a state symbol, over fire-resistant native trees that are better for local wildlife.
The eucalyptus and pine trees range in height between 10 and 15 feet for the 10 smaller ones and 20 feet and taller for the other 10, Cox said.
Every Man Jack’s shower gel retails in various scents, but our favorite is the skin-tingling eucalyptus and mint.
Rick Schwartz, who heads the zoo’s ambassador program, brought a portable eucalyptus tree with a perch and installed it in their hotel room.
Vines swirl around a nearby eucalyptus tree, choking it.
When UC San Diego needed to remove 60 eucalyptus trees for new infrastructure two years ago, Urban Timber created benches for the area.
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: a type of tree that grows naturally in western Australia and that is grown in other places for the products (such as wood and oil) that it provides
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