This female koala continues to make us believe that she is carrying a joey. In the early days she would fuss over her pouch by licking it. Now, whenever she is spotted she seems to lay back on branches and never does any tree hugging. We are assuming that this is to avoid putting any […]
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Koalas are really not sociable animals. They never gather together and one male will certainly chase any other males away if they come into their territory. We were lucky today to see three koalas, two females in trees quite close together, and looked after by a lone male.
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Fluffy Ears made another appearance today by the bicycle track at the Tilligerry Habitat. By the way she sits and tries to make herself comfortable (by laying back and never tree hugging), she seems to give us tantalising clues that she **is** carrying a joey. ... See MoreSee Less