Koala By: Maya Oigara Animal Facts Koalas are

Koala By: Maya Oigara Animal Facts Koalas are

Koala By: Maya Oigara Animal Facts Koalas are gray and they have a little bit of black. and they have thick gray fur. They are 14 to20 pound and a koalas length is 60 to85cm. And they are herbivores. A koalas diet are fruits and plants. They also eat

bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb vegetables . Movement Koalas move like a sloth. They move very slowly. Habitat Map showing where your animal lives 1) Koalas live in Australia 2) Koalas live in Australia .they like to sleep for 20 hours 3) Koalas eat poison leaves. so animals and people dont get poisoned bye the poison leaves.

Life Cycle Adult koalas do not live with a group they live by themselves. Adult koala live up to13 to 18 years. Adult koala look like there mom adultanimal as a grown/ A picture of the mature animal. A picture of the animal as a baby or young. Baby koalas are live birth . And baby koalas look like their

moms .and it takes a baby koala to be born 30 or 36 days. baby koalas live with there mom and dad in till there six mounths. Animal Interactions Koalas dont protect themselves. So that is why a lot of them are dying. Some people help the koalas to don`t NOT them. survive and do NOT killkill them. Koalas do not have a good relationship with other animals. When ever a animal trays to attack a koala it

will make a snorting sound to call all the other koalas to say that theirs DANGER! Pic of enemy, predator, prey, etc. Interesting Facts Fact Title The word koala means do not drink. A pic to accompany fact #1 A pic to accompany fact #2

9tllku Fact Title Koalas are blind they can not see. They only have four senses hear feel , touch and taste. Because they are blind. Fact Title koalas sleep for 20 hours. morning and night.

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