December 2019

// Significant koala mapping errors revealed
// Virtual reality and drones help to predict and protect koala habitat
// Greens senator Dr Mehreen Faruqi calls on state government to commit to koala preservation amidst "climate crisis"
// Koala management plans in NSW frozen for years in a forest of red tape
// Drastic improvement to habitat mapping brings hope for koalas
// $3 million for Koala hospitals
// Coalition ignorance on climate situation is leading koalas to extinction
// Fears for newly-mapped koala populations from Gospers Mountain blaze
// To save koalas from fire, we need to start putting their genetic material on ice
// Inquiry comes to the Koala Capital to investigate Gunnedah population decline
// 'Armageddon': Wildlife experts demand action after 2,000 koalas killed by bushfires
// Quantifying koala locomotion strategies: implications for the evolution of arborealism in marsupials
// The Demography and Practice of Australians Caring for Native Wildlife and the Psychological, Physical and Financial E ects of Rescue, Rehabilitation and Release ofWildlife on theWelfare of Carers
// Using Thermal Imaging to Monitor Body Temperature of Koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) in A Zoo Setting.
// Koala Ark to become world's first and largest wild koala sanctuary
// Meet Bear, the koala detection dog
// Heartbreaking footage lays bare the devastating impact of Australia's bushfire crisis on koalas - and one miraculous tale of survival
// Koala habitat at risk if Glossodia development proceeds
// Mayor wants logging halted in koala 'stronghold' until bushfires over
// Urgent koala mapping requested to gauge the impact of recent bushfires
// Koala hospital's appeal for drinking station funds amid deadly bushfires makes Australian GoFundMe history
// Trauma and disease ravage SEQ koalas
// A Necropsy Study of Disease and Comorbidity Trends in Morbidity and Mortality in the Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) in South-East Queensland, Australia
// Koalas are not ‘functionally extinct’ but they are in danger

November 2019

// Chlamydiae from Down Under: The Curious Cases of Chlamydial Infections in Australia
// A Necropsy Study of Disease and Comorbidity Trends in Morbidity and Mortality in the Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) in South-East Queensland, Australia
// REPORTS CLAIM KOALAS ARE NOW ‘FUNCTIONALLY EXTINCT’. THAT’S NOT ACTUALLY TRUE.
// Ley calls on koala experts in wake of bushfires
// Port Macquarie Koala Hospital overwhelmed with support for GoFundMe campaign after fires
// Fires last straw for already dying koalas

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