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KOALASElizabeth Ponce
LINKS Koala’s Scientific Name Their Range Their Diet Average Size, Weight, Length etc. Breeding Unique Behaviors   ...
KOALA’S SCIENTIFIC NAME   Koala’s scientific name is Phascolarctos which    means “pouch” & “bear” in Greek.
THEIR RANGE   They mainly live in Eastern Australia.
THEIR DIET   The diet of a Koala consists of mostly eucalpytus    leaves but in some cases they also eat non-    eucalypt...
AVERAGE SIZE, WEIGHT, LENGTH ETC. The average koala weighs: 9-20 lbs. They are about 27-36 in big Male koalas are natur...
BREEDING Female koalas’ pregnancy lasts for about 35 days. After the “Joey” is born they stay in the mother’s pouch  for...
UNIQUE BEHAVIORS They sleep a lot so they’re able to save their energy  for finding food, climbing trees, grooming  thems...
WEIRD INFORMATION ABOUT KOALAS The nickname for the koala is Native Bear. The baby koalas breath oxygen like humans. Th...
CONCLUSION   I hope you enjoyed my PowerPoint of koalas. I    learned a lot about this mammal and I sure hope    you did ...
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  1. 1. KOALASElizabeth Ponce
  2. 2. LINKS Koala’s Scientific Name Their Range Their Diet Average Size, Weight, Length etc. Breeding Unique Behaviors Conclusion
  3. 3. KOALA’S SCIENTIFIC NAME Koala’s scientific name is Phascolarctos which means “pouch” & “bear” in Greek.
  4. 4. THEIR RANGE They mainly live in Eastern Australia.
  5. 5. THEIR DIET The diet of a Koala consists of mostly eucalpytus leaves but in some cases they also eat non- eucalyptus trees.
  6. 6. AVERAGE SIZE, WEIGHT, LENGTH ETC. The average koala weighs: 9-20 lbs. They are about 27-36 in big Male koalas are naturally bigger than females.
  7. 7. BREEDING Female koalas’ pregnancy lasts for about 35 days. After the “Joey” is born they stay in the mother’s pouch for about 5 months.
  8. 8. UNIQUE BEHAVIORS They sleep a lot so they’re able to save their energy for finding food, climbing trees, grooming themselves, or caring for their Joey’s. In order to move from one tree to the next they jump. They’re also good at swimming.
  9. 9. WEIRD INFORMATION ABOUT KOALAS The nickname for the koala is Native Bear. The baby koalas breath oxygen like humans. They have very thick fur. Joey’s are born without any eyesight at first until they completely develop.
  10. 10. CONCLUSION I hope you enjoyed my PowerPoint of koalas. I learned a lot about this mammal and I sure hope you did too. Thank you for watching until next time.

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