Koala Australia

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

SAN FRANCISCO - a male koala, which is believed as the oldest koala Zoos San Francisco, USA, Friday (8 / 2), died at the age of 19 years. Clarry, the koala, koala male prisoner is the oldest documented tree in the Australian koala. Wild male koalas generally only capable of living up to the age of 10-12 years. Meanwhile, according to Nancy Chan, spokesperson for the Zoo, a female prisoner who have never reached the age of 20 years.

According to the zoo doctors, Freeland Dunker, longevity koala was ditopang because such supplements containing liquid oil, dry white wood. Since early 2000, Clarry can no longer chew and menggerenyutkan-tooth for a tooth leaves the wood white (eucaplyptus). Clarry arrived at San Francisco Zoo in 1985 from the Queensland National Park and Wild Life Service, Australia. At that time, San Francisco Zoo is the U.S. that have a third of the koala, Australia's native animals.


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