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Koala Bears

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Sarah Kenyon

on 2 March 2011

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Koala Bears Common Name Koala Bear Scientific Name Phascolarctos Phascolarctos Where It Lives Koala Bears like to have others Koala Bears living with them or around them. They also like to live in fruit trees. Koala Bears live in a lot of different habitats. They don't live in rainforests. What does it eat? Each day an adult Australian koala bear eats about 2.5 pounds of eucalyptus leaves, and a baby koala eats about 1.5 pounds. How It Reproduces The female koala matures when it is 4 years old and a male matures when it is 3 or 4 years old The female koala matures when it is 4 years old and a male matures when it is 3 or 4 years old. Koalas have to have a male and a female to reproduce. How It Interacts With Others A Koala Bear defends itself by using their sharp teeth as a defense mechanism against predators of all size. They will also fight to protect their baby.

How A Koala Bear Changes Through Life There are four stages of a Koala bears' life cycle. The first stage is an embryo. The second is an infant. The third stage is a young mammal and the last stage is an adult or an adult Koala bear.

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