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The cutest koala ever!! !IEC More More

The cutest koala ever seen! I love koalas but it is a shame that they are Australian!

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would say that the animal I am most like is a Koala bear. Koala's are always sleeping and eat a lot like me! They also have very thick fur just like I have very thick hair! Koala's are also pretty small like I am short. Koala's are my favourite animal!

I thought this was everywhere! Oh well, something better here in Australia than anywhere else. Seriously, it's super good!

29 Of The Funniest Memes About Australia

Koala! So cute! #animals #koala #beauty

Kissing Koalas: Two Koala joeys have become ‘tree-mates’ at Taronga Zoo, snacking, sniffing and snoozing side-by-side since moving away from their mothers.

Every time I see a koala bear I think of my grandpa. I can't wait to see him in the next system holding one!

Koala bears are not in fact bears, but, like Kangaroo's and Wombat's they are marsupial's. They are called Koala Bears because they look like teddy bears.

The platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus), also known as the duck-billed platypus, is a semiaquatic egg-laying mammal endemic to eastern Australia.

Duckbill Platypus---the duck-billed platypus is a semiaquatic egg-laying mammal endemic to eastern Australia, including Tasmania.

Sugar Gliders are nocturnal Marsupials native to Mainland Australia. Their most striking feature is a patagium, or membrane that stretches from their hands to their feet, allowing them to actually glide 50 - 150 meters.

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Sugar Glider: nocturnal Marsupial native to Mainland Australia. Their most striking feature is a patagium, or membrane that stretches from their hands to their feet, allowing them to actually glide 50 - 150 meters.

Sugar Glider Photo © Steve Parish Publishing

Sugar Glider ~ A gliding marsupial of Australia with a dark stripe down the back…

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