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Koalas are mammals as well as noctornals.they feed on eucalyptus leaves and almost nothing else.Koalas live in forest.Koala's are endangered animals for their habitat and fur.They are in danger because of us.If we recycle papers then less cut down of trees and the koalas live in trees.
how can we help them?
to help save koalas is to donate to the various organizations that protect animals, and this could help minimize the chance of the koala moving closer to extinction.We can also help them by recycling paper and not using more then we need.
Where they live!
Habitat' refers to the types of bushland that Koalas like to live in. They are found in a range of habitats, from coastal islands and tall eucalypti forests to low woodlands inland. Today, they do not live in rainforest, although it is thought that millions of years ago, the ancestors from which today's Koalas evolved lived in the rainforests which covered much of Australia at that time.
How are they endangered?
Koalas are endangered because their natural habitats, forests, are being destroyed by humans as they seek resources or living space and pollution of their environment by non-biodegradable materials. Koalas are also hunted for their fur.
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What they Eat
Koalas eat Very little.While there are hundreds of different eucalyptus species in Australia koalas eat from only about 60 of the species, consuming about half kilogram of eucalyptus leaves every day. Within these 60 species, there are about a dozen of the "preferred" variety. Koalas have been known to also eat the buds, flowers and bark of these particular species, while dirt also seems to
By Sadaf Sadath 4D
Poem on koala
People often call me a bear,
While up in the tree I haven’t a care,
Eating the leaves of the Eucalyptus tree,
All the while feeling so free,
When born, but the size of a hummingbird.
Sleeping about eighteen hours a day,
Away from the tree I rarely stray,
I have lots of friends, so don't you worry,
Monkeys and koalas getting all blurry,
Good night everyone, for it time for my nap.