Do koalas live in any other places besides forests?
Koalas do not live in forests.
Koalas live in eucalyptus bushland, and this is not referred to as "forests" in Australia. They are not found anywhere else.
No. Koalas are endemic to Australia alone. They are not even found in all of Australia's states.
as far as im aware only in zoos are koalas outside australlia
yes but they can live other places to
Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, California and some other states have deserts, wetlands, forests and snowy places.
Its in America and some other places
Mainly in the forests but may find a couple other places
gorillas live in trees in rain forests and in alot of other places
Koalas are herbivores, plant eaters. Unless threatened, they have little reason to attack other animals. About the only fighting koalas do are male koalas fightning other male koalas for breeding rights.
minerals,forests,water Solar energy in few places. Ores(coals, etc) Fishes, and it brings lots other stuff from other places. O_O
Tropical rain forests have more biological diversity than other places on earth because the conditions allow more organisms to live there. The rain forest gives many organisms suitable homes.
Chimps sleep in forests. Other places may be the woods or a rain forest or a jungle.
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Tigers are found in Asia, Rain forests, Mountains and a lot of other hotter and cooler places.
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No, they have to come from the DSi store.
Yes, some Puffins live in other places besides Iceland. Only 60 percent of Puffins live in Iceland. The other 40 percent live in other regions.
No. Koalas do not sleep with other animals. They have very little contact with other species.
actully just go be towns and forests and other places youll find them
Moose live in various places in Canada. They are commonly found in shrubs, lake shores, wooded hillsides, boreal forests and many other places.
I assume it is in most other places besides China but not so much in China.
No. There are no koalas in North America. Koalas are endemic to eastern Australia, meaning they are not found in an other country.
No, koalas only live in Australia. Koalas are endemic to the continent of Australia, meaning that they are not found on any other continent or in any other island group.
Yes, malaria is endemic widely across the world.
No. Koalas eat eucalyptus and live in those and other trees. Koalas are in danger from humans cutting down trees. No trees, no koalas.
Bird habitats are usually in many places such as rain forests or usually there nearly found in a tree in your community but they are found in the wild too and in many other places around the world!
There is no specific species of koala called an "eastern koala". All koalas have similar predators, both native and introduced. Domestic and wild dogs, as well as dingoes (uncommon in most places where koalas occur), are major predators of koalas. Other predators, which are mostly a problem to younger koalas, are foxes and feral cats. Rarely, goannas and pythons may prey upon younger koalas. Young koalas may also be taken by snakes and various birds… Read More
Wolves usually find homes in: Mountains, Forests, Plains (red wolf), and many other places too!!!
They are criminals if they don't reforest the same number of trees they have cut off, in other places.
Koalas are one of the few animals that can digest eucalyptus leaves. Koalas can quickly climb trees to escape predators, and balance comfortably in the forks of trees. Koalas can communicate with each other, using a range of vocalisations. Like other animals, koalas eat, climb, walk, run, sleep and reproduce.
Mostly in Earth's deserts but also in some other places besides only deserts
Yep. Tongue, lip, nose, eyebrow, and lots of other places.
No. It is played in other places besides India. Canada is famous for ice hockey.
Koalas are made of the same biological parts as most other mammals.
Koalas do not have "friends" among other species. They are solitary animals.
No. Koalas are not particularly sociable, and do not tend to be friends with any other animals of either their own kind, or other species.
Nothing actually depends on koalas. There are no plant species that rely on koalas for seed dispersal. Nor are there any other animal species that are reliant on the presence of koalas to continue to exist.
no i dont think so because some places if you kiss you could get banned from it like meez fantage a lot of places.
Panda's eat bamboo and plant leaves, so it would obtain its food source from forests and other high vegetative places.
you can find it mostly in CAR region, BEGUET(baguio), KALINGA(balbalasang national park) and other CAR places
Yes - all mammals communicate in some way. Koalas communicate with each other via snorts and grunts. Males also communicate with other koalas via their strong scent glands.
No. Koalas do not eat any animal proteins. They are purely herbivorous.
Koalas are not particularly sociable, and do not tend to be friends with any other animals.
No. Koalas are herbivorous, living entirely on gum leaves (eucalyptus).
Koalas live in complex social communities where there is a dominant male. Territorial disputes occur (and can be heard at night in suburban areas where koalas may live) when a younger male is trying to assert his dominance. Koalas have a number of trees in their home range, which may overlap with other koalas' trees, but they can peacefully the same tree within their range. Apart from that, although they live in communities, they do… Read More
Humans cannot be considered predators of the koala, as koalas are protected by law. Also, although the indigenous people of Australia once hunted them for food, they no longer do so. Humans cause other threats to koalas, from habitat loss to the introduction of other species which then prey on koalas.
Koalas do have teeth and claws, and will fight when there's no other option. It's quite rare though, and mostly only male koalas fight other male koalas over breeding rights. Not many predators can get to them up in the trees, not many other plant eaters have any interest in the eucalyptus leaves that make up their main diet.
Koalas live a mainly solitary life. They do not look after each other, except in the case of a mother caring for her joey.
Yes. A koala is a mammal and all mammals are vertebrates.