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In Today’s Daily Jigsaw Puzzle, we meet this little guy – the koala

It is stout, with a large (gorgeous) head, round, fluffy ears, a sizeable spoon-shaped nose, and has no tail. It weighs 4 – 15 kg and is about 60 – 85 cm long.

The koala is native to Australia, where it typically lives in woodlands in coastal areas of the mainland’s eastern and southern regions.

Koalas enjoy eating mostly eucalypt leaves (suppose that's what the koala in Today's Puzzle is up to). They are predominantly active at night where they spend most of their time feeding. As this diet holds little nutritional value, they sleep up to 20 hours a day.

They look very cuddly, but in fact, they are asocial beings that bond only with their mothers – and mothers with their dependent offspring.
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Maree86

I honestly can’t see where the word “bear” is mentioned!🇦🇺

Love the expression on this koala's face! Thanks for sharing. :)

Bekkabee

I can't help it; I must correct you: it's not a "koala bear". It's not a bear at all. It's a marsupial; its closest relative is the wombat. It's a very cute koala -- thank you :-)

What an adorable animal :D

barwilson

Hello my dear friend, is it me you are looking for ? x

Thanks for giving me my favorite

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