Hi I am doing Aussie animals and here I will put facts here

The red kangarooThis species is a very large kangaroo with short, red-brown fur, fading to pale buff below and on the limbs. It has long, pointed earlobes and a squared-off muzzle. Females are smaller than males and are blue-grey with a brown tinge, pale grey below, although arid zone females are coloured more like males. It has two appendages with small claws (much like arms), two muscular legs, which are used for jumping kangaroo, and a tail, which is often used like a third leg for balance.

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KOALA

The name Koala is an aborigine word that means no drink! When a Koala does the toilet it smells like tree tea oil. So you can smell them before you see them. The Koala is mostly found in East Australia but mainly in the South East. Male Koalas are larger than female Koalas.They have a grey soft furred coat, with a white chest. A flat nose and big ears, and clawed feet for climbing. The Koala is only active for about 2 hours of the day.They have a grey soft furred coat, with a white chest. A flat nose and big ears, and clawed feet for climbing. The Koala is only active for about 2 hours of the day.

'Habitat' refers to the types of bushland that koalas like to live in. They are found in a range of habitats, from coastal islands and tall eucalypt forests to low woodlands inland.

Koalas today are found in Queensland , New South Wales , Victoria and South Australia . Their range extends from the Atherton Tableland west of Cairns in Qld to islands off the coast of Victoria and South Australia in the south, and west to central and western Qld, NSW and Victoria.

Koalas live in societies, just like humans, so they need to be able to come into contact with other koalas. It is because of this they need to have areas of suitable eucalypt forest which are large enough to support a healthy koala population and to allow for expansion by maturing young koalas. Koalas are highly territorial and in stable breeding groups, individual members of koala society maintain their own "home range" areas.

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KANGAROO KOALA DINGO ALL THE ANIMALS WELL KNOWEN