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The most comprehensive genetic assessment of Australia’s koala populations has revealed population clusters are hindering the genetic diversity needed for the species to survive.
The conservation status of the koalas has been downgraded to endangered, from vulnerable, in NSW, Queensland and the ACT, by the federal government.
Fourteen koalas injured during last summer’s devastating Victorian bushfires have finally returned home.
Well, you don’t see this every day. A lighthouse keeper came back from a night swim to see a koala scaling the tower.
Eight koalas have been sighted in Mount Kembla, in the NSW Illawarra region, where they haven’t been seen in more than 70 years.
A new $1.8 million koala breeding program in Queensland will create a chlamydia-free gene bank to revitalise the region’s dwindling population.