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Koalas & wallabies


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Koalas & Wallabies

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Koalas & wallabies

  1. 1. Hope you enjoy. By Breanna, Kelly and Georgie.
  2. 2. Here are some photos on wallabies.
  3. 3. Here are some photos on koalas.
  4. 4. Here are some facts about koalas!!! Koalas sleep during the day and can sleep from 18 to 19 hours. Koalas makes their homes out of about several trees. Koalas are not bears. Koalas are nocturnal mammals. Koalas have sharp nails which help them have a good grip when they climb up trees. Koalas can not legally be kept as pets. Koalas have similar fingerprints to humans. The closest relative to the koala is a wombat. A koala can grow up to a whopping 6ft. A female koala has a pouch. After giving birth, a female koala has to carry her baby in her pouch for up to 6 months. A koalas weight can be up to only 9kgs. After only 6-7 months a koala will only weigh about 0.5kgs.
  5. 5. A wallaby is like a small kangaroo. They have big back legs and feet to help them hop. They have small front legs. They live in grassy or rocky places. A baby wallaby is called a joey. There are about 30 different species of wallaby. Facts about Wallabies!!!
  6. 6. Koalas can live up to 8-10 years old. In Victoria you have to have a licence to hold a Koala. They can grow up to 64 - 76 cm high. They can weigh 7 - 14 kgs . Info about Koalas Koalas are furry. They are not bears! They only eat leaves of eucalyptus trees. They hardly ever drink water. A baby stays in its mother's pouch for a few months after it is born.
  7. 7. Here is a video about koalas.