Origin of koala
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"Because they live in the same tree of course," said the Koala.
The Koala was evidently very pleased with this accomplishment.
A terrible hullabaloo between a pair of Opossums up a neighbouring gum tree arrested the attention of both Dot and the Koala.
Mr. Aflalo remarks of it that though provided with a prehensile tail, it is little better as a climber than the tailless Koala.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard
In the koala (Australian native bear), a vegetable-feeding marsupial, it is more than thrice the size of the body.Degeneracy|Eugene S. Talbot
British Dictionary definitions for koala
Word Origin for koala
Word Origin and History for koala
Australian marsupial, 1808, from the Aboriginal name of the animal, variously given as koola, kulla, kula.