February 2020

// piRNAs make sense of retroviral invaders.
// CHANGES IN ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY OF KOALAS (PHASCOLARCTOS CINEREUS) BASED ON HEALTH STATUS AND MEASUREMENT OF THE ANTIOXIDANT ASCORBATE IN EUCALYPT LEAVES
// Koala Forum attracts expert speakers
// NSW forestry defends koala protection work
// Experts gather for koala workshop and Ministerial Roundtable
// The suffering of Australia’s wildlife after devastating fires revealed in footage
// Queensland community celebrates saving koala habitat after scrapping of controversial development
// “I spy with my little eye …”
// Port Macquarie Koala Hospital supports a conservation status change for koalas
// Koala losses 'spectacularly huge' after NSW drought, bushfires
// The 'doomsday vault' that could save the kangaroo and koala from extinction
// Ten thousand koalas may have died in NSW bushfires, inquiry hears
// Haematological reference intervals of wild southern Australian koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus)
// Gunnedah koala park estimate completion date now December 2021
// Call for State to rethink new koala habitat mapping
// Pathological Findings in Retrovirus-positive Koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) From Northern and Southern Australia
// More than 55,000 koalas were killed in the devastating Kangaroo Island bushfires - as rescuers race to save and feed the remaining animals
// Bega Valley koalas show signs of life after fire
// A proposed roadmap for the control of infections in wildlife using Chlamydia vaccine development in koalas Phascolarctos cinereus as a template
// Haematological reference intervals of wild southern Australian koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus).
// Drones and thermal imaging: saving koalas injured in the bushfires
// Aussie state identifies 577,000 hectares of Koala Priority Area
// Nature Conservation and Other Legislation (Koala Protection) Amendment Regulation 2020
// Gunnedah koalas suffering from drought, heat, chlamydia
// Councils say 'bungled' koala mapping needs urgent review
// From today, more koala habitat will be protected by stronger regulations
// Almost 100,000 outraged residents fight to stop a developer's plan to destroy 52 football fields of koala habitat in order to build 350 houses
// Call for koala protection after Vic deaths
// Koala deaths: How is this atrocity seen as acceptable?
// Mount Lofty Defence housing plan ignites debate on loss of koala habitat to development

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