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Beloved symbol of Australian wildlife, koalas officially become endangered species

Koalas could be extinct, as soon as 2050 if major action is not taken to protect them and their habitat, an inquiry finds Image: Unsplash/Jordan Whitt

Cristen Hemingway Jaynes

Writer, Pegasus Publishing House

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