No, they are a protected species and are not allowed to be kept
You cannot get a permit to own a koala.
You cannot get a permit to have a pet koala. Koalas are not permitted to be kept as pets anywhere in Australia, let alone the world.
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You say koala - el koala.
The koala is just known as a koala.
Koala = Koala (spelled کوآلا)
No. There is no king koala, and koalas are not bears. There is no such creature as a "koala bear". It is just "koala".
There is no such thing as a koala bear. The creature is known as a koala, and has no connection to bears. A koala is a mammal.
A koala bear is called 'koala' in French.
A koala scat simply refers to the droppings of a koala.
It is incorrect to refer to a koala as a koala bear for the simple reason that the koala is not a member of the bear family. The koala is a marsupial, while the bear is a placental mammal. There are no native bears in Australia.
There is no particular name for a mother koala, or a female koala.
A koala exists. A "koala bear" does not. A koala is an arboreal (tree-dwelling) marsupial which is native to Australia. A bear is a placental mammal and is not even remotely related to the koala.
The correct name is simply "koala". The koala is not a bear, but a marsupial.
The koala is a member of the phylum chordata. The koala is also not a bear.
Koala, koala, please come down from the tree.
The common name for a koala is "koala". The scientific name is Phascolarctos cinereus.
A koala is not a bear. A koala is a marsupial mammal indigenous to Australia, where there are no bears.
Do you mean Koala? A Koala is not a bear, it is a marsupial and it eats eucalyptus leaves.
no. unless the name of your koala bear is Koala Bear
The koala will walk on four legs on the ground. The koala eat about 500g of eucalyptus leaves a day. The koala sleeps 19 hours a day. The Koala was endangered for some time. The female koala has only one young for year.
A koala has an endoskeleton
The genus of the koala is Phascolarctos.
No. "Koala" is a noun, not an adjective.
the koala is from Australia Australia
The plural of koala is koalas.
The Order of the koala is Diprotodontia.
The koala is in the phylum 'Chordata'.
Campala rhymes with koala.
A koala is a vertebrate. It has a backbone.
The Koala was created in 1982.
The koala is sometimes mistakenly called a "koala bear" or a "native bear". These names are incorrect as the koala is a marsupial, not a bear, which is a placental mammal.
You cannot purchase a koala. Being a protected native species, it is illegal to try to own a koala.
The koala is native to Australia, and this is the only place you will be able to see a koala in the wild.
Jestem misiem koala - I am a koala bear. This would be the usual way of saying it. You could leave out the misiem (bear) and change the form of koala. My Polish is getting rusty but I think it's Jestem koala
No. A Koala is a herbivore and does not eat meat.
There is no such creature as a "Giant koala".
There is no such creature as a koala lizard.
No bear is related to the koala.
No. A koala is completely harmless.
A Koala is a marsupial mammal, not a habitat.
i would say it is a koala shape
No. You cannot train a koala.
a koala is a marsupial mammal.
There is no animal which depends on the koala.
A koala eats eucalyptus leaves.
Never. A baby koala is a joey. This is because koalas are marsupials, not bears.
'Koala bear' IS the nickname. The correct name for this marsupial is just "Koala". Koalas are not bears.
There is only one species of koala - phascolarctus cinereus - so it can be said that this is the strongest koala.