Despite the fact that regularly called the koala "bear," this cuddly creature is not a bear at all; it is a marsupial, or pouched mammal. In the wake of conceiving an offspring, a female koala conveys her child in her pocket for in the vicinity of six months. The point when the baby develops, it rides on its mother's back or sticks to her paunch, going with her all around until it is one year old.
Living space Koalas can only live in areas where several eucalyptus trees grow. It is also important that other koalas live nearby.