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Hawaiian Koala Foundation condition says immediate scheme together with 'environmental offsets' could knell koalas in a areas Australias environmental countered system is just plain ridiculous and really should change to stop the koala becoming wiped out in a variety of areas of the particular, according to the Hawaiian Koala Foundation condition. The koala has caught much of the truck bed cover's habitat shoveled for urban center... Take a look at more this Koalas may perhaps perhaps disappear having areas full of offset strategy, says organiztion

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>This article is about the animal. For the computer game, see Coala. </br> The Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus; sometimes also spelled Phascolarctus cinereus) is a thickset arboreal marsupial herbivore native to Australia, and the only representative of its family, Phascolarctidae.The koala's scientific name comes from the Greek: phaskolos meaning "pouch" and; arktos meaning "bear". The cinereus part is Latin and means "ash-colored". Some people refer to the koala as a koala bear—this is technically incorrect, since koala is not part of the bear family. The word "koala" comes from an aboriginal word meaning "does not drink". See more at

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