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Koalas live exclusively in Australia. They inhabit temperate, tropical and sub-tropical forests, as well as woodland and semi-arid environments where eucalyptus trees grow. Forests that contain eucalyptus trees are found...

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Koalas live in the eucalypt forests and woodlands of eastern Australia, and they are seen on some islands off the southern and eastern coasts of the country. Koalas are native to New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria and...

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Koala bears sleep in the eucalyptus trees of their native eastern Australia. They rarely ever leave the trees, sleeping tucked into forks or nooks for up to 18 hours each day.

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Koalas live in forested areas of Australia, where the temperature ranges between 60 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit, according to PawNation. They are sensitive to heat, so koalas occupy only Australia’s eastern and southeaster...

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Koalas eat leaves, with eucalyptus being the most prominent staple in their diet. Koalas have very strong jaws, allowing them to chew tough, fibrous leaves. Eucalyptus leaves are very low in nutrition, and they contain a...

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Koalas live 13 to 18 years in the wild. In captivity, koalas have lived over 20 years. Females usually outlive males, who sometimes fall from trees while fighting.

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Koalas exhibit adaptations such as sharp claws, roughly skinned feet and opposable thumbs. The koala also has thick fur to cushion his bottom to allow him to sit on branches for long periods of time. His thick fur also h...

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