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Riverbanks Zoo’s Koala Has Cance

The Riverbanks Zoo’s only male koala is reportedly suffering from terminal cancer. The zoo officials are seeking to make the last days of the animal as comfortable and pleasant as possible. // A large node or lymphoma has been discovered on the neck of the animal, which has been developing rapidly....

Test Tube Koalas !

... koala joeys enhance thebeauty of Australia; little wonde... artificial insemination programme.Three test-tube koala joeys were unveiled on Monday and scientists belie... genetic management and animal welfare. Though,the koala is not among endangered species, it is listed as v...
Koala in Biological News

Ancient DNA confirms single origin of Malagasy primates

...ls in two of the more bizarre extinct species, Palaeopropithecus and Megaladapis. The first has been likened to tree sloths and the second compared to koala bears. Both ranged in body weights from 100 to 150 pounds, as compared to the largest living lemur, Indri indri, which weighs in at fewer than 15 to 1...
Koala in Biological Definition

Species

..., but there is no particular dividing line: the further south an individual koala is found, the larger and darker it is likely to be; Koalas in intermediate ...rming them subspecies (not full species); but the seamless way that local koala populations blend one into another shows that there is substantial gene flo...
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