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What are the three types of koalas?
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Traditionally, three distinct subspecies have been recognised: the Queensland koala (P. c. adustus, Thomas 1923), the New South Wales koala (P. c. cinereus, Goldfuss 1817), and the Victorian koala (P. c. victor, Troughton 1935). These forms are distinguished by pelage colour and thickness, body size, and skull shape.
Are koalas solitary animals?
Koalas are Solitary Animals. One of the very interesting features which Koalas possess is their ability to live a solitary life. Throughout their lives, Koalas live a solitary life. However, they only show social interaction when they are with their mothers or they are with females for mating.
Do koalas get territorial?
Koalas are very territorial and live within breeding groups, each koala in the group has its own home trees in a range. The size of each koalas range depends on its sex, age and position within the group, koalas usually only visit each others home trees to breed.
What are the koalas cousins?
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