Recent Examples of koala from the Web
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.
Like koalas becoming lawful and easy-to-adopt household pets in the U.S.
According to BBC News, a koala recently decided to take a rest behind the tire of a parked car in Adelaide, Australia.
Look for small and spiky egg-laying echidnas ambling along KI’s red dirt roads, and snoozing koalas hugging the smooth, gray branches of eucalyptus trees.
The little joey is on display at the Australia Zoo’s ‘Mums and Bubs’ section alongside other koala mothers and joeys.
The Australia Zoo in Queensland has welcomed 12 baby koalas this breeding season.
Then a truck came barreling down the road toward the koalas.
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First Known Use: 1802See Words from the same year
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