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This little guy had been orphaned and was being raised by the ranger. We were lucky enough to get a close up look. Gorgeous creature.
It is a beautiful baby koala! We love it! It is so cute! Please, take some more picture like this one! Form II Yellow. Saint George's School
Thanx outsidegirl0. I was so lucky to get a close look at this little guy. He was so small!
awww soo cute! I love koalas.... great shot KerryHawkins!
Liam you can see Koalas in the wild like this one at Warrumbungle National Park in NSW Australia. Not only koalas but kangaroos, wallabies and emus, Kookaburras etc. Great place if you get a chance to go.
Sooooooo cute I want to see that
soooooooo cute love it
What a cuuuuute baby!!
Thanks Mona, he is was sooooo cute!
what a cute little guy!
Soooo CUTE.. Please add this to the "Marsupials of the World Mission" http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8445...
Yes Mayra, was lovely
Thanks for the scientific name Jellis.
Thankyou Karenl, Andrea and Jakubko
What a little sweetie! Gorgeous!
How adorable! I especially like the second & third photos.
Please add the scientific name Phascolarctos cinereus
The ranger who was caring for him brought him out for us to look at. He'd been orpaned. His Mum died of Clymidia. Very sad. But he was happy enough with his Teddy bear.
How did you manage to get a picture of him/her?
Thanks Carolina and Angelique! Very cute and cuddly.
Lat: -31.27, Long: 149.01
Spotted on Aug 10, 2011 Submitted on Mar 10, 2013
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