Animal Eyes | Koala | This animal is one of the animals the pride of the continent of Australia, a very funny animals are very happy to grow on trees and also while carrying her child, want to know? The following report

The koala belongs to the same family of kangaroo but differs in several aspects. Unlike the kangaroo, the koala does not possess good eyesight. As such, it depends on its smelling and hearing power to protect itself. The koala is also an herbivore, living on grass, herbs and leaves. Their favourite food is the leaves of the gum trees of the non-poisonous variety.


The koala marks its living territory with its smell. The other koalas normally do not breach this territory. The young koala, called joey, is of pink colour at the time of birth. It is of the size of a normal jellybean when it is born. It remains in the pouch of the mother, drinking milk for about six months. After that, it starts living outside and eating the gum leaves. Normally, the koala baby leaves its mother when it is one year old.

The koala can leap, swim and climb trees with utmost ease. Normally, the koala prefers to stay on a gum tree, though it can move around quite fast on the ground. The major enemy of the koala is the dog, which is why the koala likes to live on the tree. Of late, many koalas are run over by fast moving cars. Further, the dwindling bushland is also contributing to the diminishing number of koalas. The koala can be a friendly animal if approached in the right manner.

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