Australian koalas and kangaroos - take all the koala pictures you want right in Sydney at a zoo, wildlife or koala park. One is especially recommended. Best Times for Koala Pictures Koalas are nocturnal creatures. They can sleep up to 20 hours a day. All Sydney zoos and … [Read more...]
Called koala bears, but really marsupials, they're been around for 42 million years.
We respond to them on a deep emotional level yet we daily put them in grave danger. Our farms and houses replace the trees they need to live in, our cars, dogs and swimming pools cause many koala deaths.
Learn more about them here - everything from how a koala baby is born to what's being done to help them survive. And, as well, I've included the best places to see these fabulous little animals when you're in Sydney.
Koala information: not a bear but a marsupial with a pouch. Australian koala facts and pictures. She looks like a cute and cuddly teddy bear and she certainly fooled Sydney Australia's early European settlers. They were the first to call her a bear. In fact we now know … [Read more...]
A koala hospital? It's part of an Australian volunteer koala care project to save Australia's favourite marsupial. Koala Care in Sydney Australia There is no dedicated Koala Hospital in Sydney itself. … [Read more...]
What creates an endangered koala? Is is us: our houses, cars and dogs? Is it disease? Is it a myth? Are koalas endangered at all? There's an ongoing debate in Australia over whether the koala needs protection as an endangered species. One of the main problems is that it's … [Read more...]
A blind jelly bean at birth, the baby koala promptly climbs unaided into its mother's pouch. Six months later it pops its head out. A koala is not a bear, although it looks like everyone's favourite teddy. It is a tailless marsupial. Marsupials are a sub-class of … [Read more...]