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koala bears

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Julia F

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Koala Bears
Koala Bears
Bibliography
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When the infant is big enough it can ride on his mothers back or stomach
It will stay attached to her until it is atleast one year old.
This means it stays in its mothers pouch until it is 6 months old.
It is a marsupial, or pouched mammals.
Koala bears are usually called "bears", but they are acctully not in anyway related to bears.
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Koala Bears are found in Eastern Australia.
They live here because the eucalyptus trees are in the area.
Koala's rarely leave the eucayptus trees.
They burrow their claws into the bark and stay there overnight.
Julia Felger
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