Should koalas be declared an endangered species?

As the bushfires ravaged forest land, the habitats and food that Koalas rely on were destroyed. Image: Unsplash/Wim Bollen

Sean Fleming

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An injured koala at the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park, Australia. Image: REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy
The majority of ARKS (Areas of Regional Koala Significance) were heavily affected by the bushfires of 2019-2020. Image: International Fund for Animal Welfare

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