Here Is Karrie The Koala

Hello! I Am Karrie The Koala!

I am adorable, snuggly and I can be your baby’s best friend.

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Fun Facts About Koala’s 

koala♥Koalas are not bears. They are not placental or ‘eutherian’ mammals, but MARSUPIALS, which means that their young are born immature & they develop koala3further in the safety of a pouch. It’s incorrect to call them ‘Koala bears’ – their correct name is simply ‘Koalas’.

♥The young koala spends its first six months inside its mother’s pouch. For the next two or three months it clings to its mother’s fur during the day, returning to the safety of her pouch at night. koala1

♥The koala mother and her young enjoy a very close relationship. She happily carries her offspring around constantly until it is old enough to be independent.

♥A baby koala is called a ‘joey’.

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Visit our official website where you can also see my other friends, Uggogg the Panda, Charley the Cheetah, Curly the Caterpillar, Lewis the Penguin, Danni the Dolphin, Parker the Polar Bear & Buddy the Reindeer.

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Thank you,

Karrie the Koala of Uggogg & Inny

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Source: http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/animals/koala.html 
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