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Presentation. . Well evolved creature speciesmarsipial. Little ears. Huge noses. Not great vision. Weighs between 10 to 30 pounds. Some are 3 feet most are 2 feet. ears. nose. Physical Features. Little hairy earsLarge dark noseLittle mouth Their mid-section is whiteThe rest of their body is grayishBig nails staring them in the face and feetLittle dark squinty eyes.
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Apathetic Marsupial  KOALA By: LR

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Introduction Mammal species marsipial Some are 3 feet most are 2 feet Small ears Big noses ears Not great vision Weighs between 10 to 30 pounds nose

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Physical Features Small hairy ears Large dark nose Little mouth Their mid-section is white whatever is left of their body is grayish Big nails staring them in the face and feet Little dark squinty eyes

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life expectancy Koalas can\'t live any longer since 80 percent of the natural surroundings is lost. Individuals are chopping down their trees They are making houses/shopping centers/fairways and streets People are not watching over Koalas can satisfy 17 years in anticipation male koalas satisfy 10 years

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Habitat and Climate Koalas live in Australia They like Australia since they have more woodlands Queensland is bad for koalas since it is excessively hot They live in icy zones yet not very chilly They like eucalyptus trees

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landforms The koala for the most part lives in the backwoods The koala lives in the northern and western Australia Koalas never get a kick out of the chance to be hot! Koalas live in the coldest piece of Australia they get a kick out of the chance to be chilly

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Food and Prey The koala eats eucalyptus leaves They don\'t have prey They are herbivores They additionally drink drain Their predators are dingoes

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conduct The koala is keen and remains in their tree since they are moderate on ground Dingoes are quick and they can eat Koalas are chiefly nighttime since it\'s cooler out during the evening Koalas don\'t live in families The koala when it gets in its tree they remain there The koala scratches its tree to recall the tree The other koala can\'t take the tree When the koala bites the dust they need to hold up a year until it takes the tree

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Reproduction A koala as an infant is known as a Joey When it is conceived it cannot hear and it has no hide The extent of when it is conceived is a size of a kidney bean Male koalas make a crying sound to draw in females

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. . . Physical Adaptations It can get breezy up in the trees yet koalas have thick hide to keep them warm. It is called protecting capacity Each paw has five digits to help it grasp the trees Rough cushions on the palms and soles help it to hold tree trunks On the rear paw, there is no hook on the greatest digit and the third digits are intertwined to frame a twofold pawed digit which is utilized for preparing purposes, for example, for expelling ticks.

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Behavioral Adaptations Koalas get a kick out of the chance to rest a considerable measure however when they require nourishment they climb 150 feet to get the leaves They may even jump through the air to get to another tree to get leaves They make surging sounds to draw in females They keep their tree as their home in light of the fact that there are not a great deal of trees accessible to them.

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Physiological Adaptations They have awful vision so they depend on their listening to Its body is incline and solid and its long, solid appendages bolster its weight when climbing

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Fun Facts When koalas aren\'t eating they are dozing Koalas don\'t have homes They wrap themselves into a ball when they rest Males are bigger than females

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