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Transcript of Koala Bears
CAUSES OF ENDANGERMENT
Forests are being cut down giving Koalas no habitat. Without trees Koalas have no places to live. Also they eat eucalyptus leaves which are on the trees that are being cut down.
Koalas are nocturnal animals found in the eastern and costal regions of Australia. They are endemic marsupials to Australia . Koalas are also hebivores, so they are usually eating eucalyptus leaves.
Koalas are grey fuzzy bears that are around 20 pounds. They have strong limbs, sharp claws, and oppasable thumbs great for climbing trees, which is usually were they spend their day.
Koalas are now only found in the wild in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia. They stay in forests at the top of trees.
One solution is to stop cutting down trees. there are many organzations trying to stop this. For example the WWF or the IFAW.