As seen in the iconic episode, Bart Vs Australia.
“C’mon wake up. Take another breath.”
Let’s see if you’re koalafied.
Why? Why? Just tell us WHY?!
America and Australia are great nations. United? Unstoppable!
Via our friends at Tourism Australia. The Definitive Ranking Of Aussie Awwww.
Life’s a bitch. Via Twitter’s #australianproblems.
The movie the world needs.
And now it’s time for a nap.
No snow fell, so we hit the beach (again). How was yours?
This week it emerged from its mum’s pouch for the first time.
Because sometimes they’re more than just cute.
NSFW (Not Safe For Wildlife)
The Vegemite Jumper. The Bundy Pyramid. Most Aussie moments of all time.
With an official status of “vulnerable,” koalas are on the threatened species list, but not yet endangered. Their numbers have been declining for a number of years, with the Brisbane Times reporting that the trend is slowing. Here’s why koala conservation is important.
Forget boomerangs, billabongs, and didgeridoos. This is the real Australia.
Edinburgh Zoo has a new visitor.
A new Australian animal exhibit opens at the San Diego Zoo.
A group of Australians got a surprise when this koala swam across the river right up to their canoe.
Jimmy’s mom was killed by a car in 2009, and he was rescued, when he weighed just over a pound, by the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital. The hospital raised him, took these ludicrously adorable pictures for us to squee over, and then released him back into the wild!
The Taipei Zoo’s newest koala joey has decided it’s time to take a peek out at the big world. Born to mom Empress and father Flynn, this baby has spent the last few months tucked quietly away inside mom’s pouch, but now it’s time for some adventure…
Thank you for posting this, George Takei. I have been and always shall be your fan.
Having a koala urinate on you isn’t pleasant, especially if it puts you at risk of getting chlamydia. I guess koalas fans of The Wanted.
When he’s not asleep, Yabbra the koala enjoys investigating the corridors of the Edinburgh Zoo.
Because you deserve it. This is a 7-month-old baby koala that just climbed out of her mother’s pouch in Germany. Ich bin ein bearliner! (Traurig.)
It was 113 degrees Fahrenheit one afternoon in South Australia, when this cub was offered a fresh drink from a garden hose. He happily accepted. (via.)
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