This is a personal, non-sponsored post by a member of BuzzFeed's ad content team.Animals·Posted on 17 Sept 2018Just A Whole Lot Of Thirsty KoalasGet ready to never look at koalas the same way again.by Ayla SmithBuzzFeed CreativeFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Hello, I have an important thing to talk about. Is it just me, or does every koala look really thirsty? Steve Clancy Photography / Getty Images Like, internet thirsty. This koala just cat-called you. Oh, come on. You're telling me you don't see it? 4fr / Getty Images It's in the eyes: 4fr / Getty Images This koala just subtly winked when you walked past her. Chris Tyne / Getty Images This old bloke waved at you when you caught him staring. David Levingstone / Getty Images "HEY SWEETIE YOU WANT A PIECE?" — this thirsty baby bear. Freder / Getty Images This one has been watching you eat from the next table for about 30 minutes. Jonathan Custance / Getty Images Anyway, sorry to switch gears on you so suddenly, but I couldn't find any more photos of thirsty koalas. Let's talk about something serious for a minute. There's a situation in Australia. The heatwaves are making Koalas actually die of thirst. Frank Schrader / Getty Images According to a researcher at Sydney University, due to the hot and dry conditions, eucalyptus leaves are no longer meeting koalas' hydration needs and the bears are looking elsewhere for water. Thorsten Spoerlein / Getty Images Koalas don't usually drink, they get their water from the leaves, for any newcomers here. But they're not finding water, and they're collapsing and dropping out of trees, and they're not surviving the fall. Richard Joseph / Getty Images Do you want to help them? Yes! I want to help the thirsty koalas. Correct Incorrect Yes! I want to help the thirsty koalas. No. Let them fall out of the trees. Correct Incorrect No. Let them fall out of the trees. Oops. Something went wrong. Please try again later Looks like we are having a problem on the server. Do you want to help them? vote votes Yes! I want to help the thirsty koalas. vote votes No. Let them fall out of the trees. View Results View Results Go Back And Vote Go Back And Vote Valentina Mella has paired up with a farmer in Gunnedah to install drinking stations in the region, and to continue research into how to help local koala populations. Chrissmith731 / Getty Images If you want to help get those thirsty lil' drop bears hydrated again, you can donate to the thirsty koala project here. Craigrjd / Getty Images Thanks for reading.