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That allows them to have a diet that depends almost entirely of eucalyptus leaves, which are unusually high in toxins.
All these precautions help koalas get the most bang for the bite of food, which is important because eucalyptus leaves are not very high in calories.
Led by the groom’s brother-in-law Matt Gewolb, who was deputized by the County of San Diego for the occasion, the couple exchanged personal vows against a cascade of autumnal-colored roses and eucalyptus leaves.
Greenery such as eucalyptus leaves, privet berries, and pieris relate to the virescent forms on each book cover.
With stunning vistas and dots of eucalyptus trees, La Jolla Farms Stables became one of the premier equestrian centers in Southern California.
Construction cranes loom over the Richmond shoreline, a briny landscape of weeds and eucalyptus trees that’s on track to become a transportation hub.
Recess, a new wellness line, offers another refreshing alternative: biodegradable single-serving wipes with antibacterial eucalyptus.
From eucalyptus trees to ring-necked pheasants and zebra mussels, introduced species often compete with native flora and fauna for habitat and food.
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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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