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Prehistoric marsupial lions are related to modern koalas and wombats.
Unlike albino koalas, who sport pink eyes and nose, the pale fuzzball has dark features.
In the movie, McConaughey plays a koala bear who runs a singing competition, while Witherspoon lends her voice to a singing pig named Rosita.
The driver of the vehicle didn’t notice the koala and drove off with the animal still attached to the car.
There were wombats the size of Volkswagons, koala cousins that resembled the mythical Drop Bear and enormous, venomous lizards larger than today’s Komodo dragons.
Post-dive highlights at the resort included a hot shower in my comfortable hotel room, dining on local slipper lobsters and visits with the resident koalas, who snuggled and snoozed in the trees.
The Koala, the longest pad on the market, is imprinted with a koala cartoon with ears and paws folding over to become adhesives, which required re-engineering production.
According to BBC News, a koala recently decided to take a rest behind the tire of a parked car in Adelaide, Australia.
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First Known Use: 1802See Words from the same year
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