[ UK /kə‍ʊˈɑːlɐ/ ]
[ US /koʊˈɑɫə/ ]
  1. sluggish tailless Australian arboreal marsupial with grey furry ears and coat; feeds on eucalyptus leaves and bark
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  • This episode deals with the different types of animals featured in the outback, including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, and other fuzzy, cute animals running around Australia.
  • The wild population of koalas is in danger of dying out.
  • We've got a rock wallaby and koalas and a rosella and they are, to my mind, just about as fine as natural history art gets.
  • This marsupial family is restricted to wooded areas of eastern Australia and contains a single living species, the familiar koala.
  • The mammals include a number of well-known animals such as the eastern grey kangaroo Macropus giganteus, the red-necked wallaby M. rufogriseus, wallaroo M. robustus, koala Phasocarctos cinereus and wombat Vombatus ursinus, the greater glider Petaurus volans, the squirrel glider P. norfolcensis, mountain brushtailed possum Trichosurus caninus; also the rarer spotted-tailed quoll Dasyurus maculatus (VU), long-nosed potoroo Potorous tridactylus (VU), yellow-bellied glider Petaurus australis and brush-tailed rock wallaby Petrogale penicillata (VU). Greater Blue Mountains Area, Australia
  • The Australian Government gave us a koala bear as a gesture of friendship.
  • Each strand of the story anticipates its own resolution as surely as the presence of koalas presages masticated eucalyptus.
  • So the cassowaries, kookaburras, koalas, kangaroos, crocodiles and wallabies that one goes to Australia in the hope of seeing are all there.
  • Koalas inhabit eucalyptus woodlands where they feed on eucalyptus leaves, stems, flowers, and bark.
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