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‘There is hardly time for recovery’
Amsterdam – The koala, Australia’s stuffed animal, is in danger of extinction. The number of the cute looking animals has dropped spectacularly. When the first European settlers set foot in Australia, there were eight million koalas, now there are only 30,000 left, the Australian Koala Foundation reports. Three years ago, their number was estimated at 46,000 to 82,000.
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