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Large bushfire on French Island: Residents told to evacuate

As well as 119 residents, French Island is home to a strong koala population, which is sometimes used to repopulate other areas because of its … [follow link to original story…]

‘Assassin’ spiders feared extinct after Kangaroo Island bushfires

While bigger mammals like koalas and kangaroos have been the focus of concern during the bushfires, it’s the wiping out of smaller animals that will … [follow link to original story…]

Heat is on for Australia’s beloved marsupials

The research shows marsupials like koalas, possums and gliders are forced to change their eating habits in hot weather because of the toxins found in … [follow link to original story…]

All You Can Eat Dumplings at Wild Life Sydney Zoo

Unlimited New Shanghai dumplings plus after-hours access to koalas equals happiness. And $5 from each ticket goes to help wildlife injured in the … [follow link to original story…]

Science minister tired of climate debate

Graphic footage of koalas caught up in blazes across the country has been aired around the world, with millions of dollars pledged to help protect … [follow link to original story…]

Marsupial mystery solved by citizen scientists

THE quiet habits of the region’s koala populations were uncovered by citizen scientists in a seven year project, and a new round of grants could unlock … [follow link to original story…]

‘Silent tragedy’: Koala dies from stranger’s kind bushfire act

The people who tried to help a koala before it died from minor burns in a bushfire may have done more harm than good, a wildlife shelter has revealed … [follow link to original story…]

New York City filled with plush koalas directing locals to donate to bushfire crisis

Toy koalas have been appearing at landmarks around New York City, directing locals to donate to the ongoing bushfire crisis in Australia. [follow link to original story…]

What is killing local koalas?

Friends of the Koala have released their annual report into the organisation’s activities for the late 2018/2019 period. According to president Ros Irwin, … [follow link to original story…]

‘A monstrous event’: Bushfires have killed 1.25 billion animals

From koalas screaming as they burned alive to the charred corpse of a young kangaroo enmeshed in a wire fence, this has been a summer of horrors. [follow link to original story…]