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Bear hug: These cuddly adult koalas snuggled up to each other at Lone Pine Conservation Park in Queensland, Australia

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Classic Koala family portrait - in Australia by bm.iphone by Green Renaissance

Maman Koala et ses bébés - #Koala joeys cling to an adult koala Koala mother and babies at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary #Queensland #Australia - 16 Feb 2016 Credit: Photo by Luke Marsden/Newspix/REX/Shutterstock by parismatch_magazine

Maman Koala et ses bébés - joeys cling to an adult koala Koala mother and babies at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary - 16 Feb 2016 Credit: Photo by Luke Marsden/Newspix/REX/Shutterstock by parismatch_magazine

Queensland Koala with Joey | by San Diego Zoo Global

A newborn koala joey is only about the size of a large jelly bean, and it can't even see or hear.

Mommy Koala and Baby Koala Photo by Vania Kam -- National Geographic Your Shot

Koalas are so cool! Did you know they are only found on Australia and are related to kangaroos? For more fun and cool animal facts, play Animal Jam! Keep exploring and PLAY WILD!

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would say that the animal I am most like is a Koala bear. Koala's are always sleeping and eat a lot like me! They also have very thick fur just like I have very thick hair! Koala's are also pretty small like I am short. Koala's are my favourite animal!

Mother & baby koala

Fauna: One of Australia’s well known animals is the koala. Although they are often referred to as ‘koala bears’, they are actually marsupials.

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Kissing Koalas: Two Koala joeys have become ‘tree-mates’ at Taronga Zoo, snacking, sniffing and snoozing side-by-side since moving away from their mothers.

Kissing Koalas at Taronga Zoo

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