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An animal cannot be instinct. It can have instincts, or it can be extinct.

The koala has numerous instincts, which are behaviours which help it survive. For example, a koala's natural instinct is to climb certain species of eucalyptus trees, from which it can obtain all its nutritional needs, as well as its shelter.

The koala is not extinct. It is still found in varying numbers through Australia's eastern states.
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