Australia can’t catch a break. No sooner had catastrophic bushfires died down, regional tourism was hit by crippling travel restrictions.
However, after the fires, there’s one group of marsupials for whom the Covid 19 pandemic could mean an early return to the wild.
In New South Wales a group of koalas, have been released back into the Kanangra-Boyd National park after a three month stay in Sydney Zoo.
Last week, a group of twelve koalas plus a joey, born during their stay in Sydney’s Taronga Zoo, were returned to Blue Mountains. The return to the wild has been fast-tracked due do the new travel restrictions being put in place by the coronavirus pandemic.
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