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These extra genes finely tune the koala’s ability to assess their snack’s nutritional value.
The zoo is the only place in the United States where visitors can get close to koalas.
Without going back to dinosaurs, there was a species of lemur that was like koala and could get up to 80 pounds and another that was about the size of a gorilla.
Future episodes feature a koala named Crikey and spider monkey named Pepe.
Speaking of, Apple also dropped four new Animoji: ghost, tiger, koala, Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Joining the existing options — which currently include an alien, cat, monkey, unicorn, and, of course, the pile of poo, among others — are the ghost, koala, tiger, and T. rex.
Apple is adding ghost, koala, tiger, and T-rex Animojis to the current set, too.
No word on what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle the koalas are doing, but probably napping.
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: an Australian animal that has thick gray fur, large hairy ears, sharp claws for climbing, and no tail
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