I would never want to be seen as unfair or unbalanced on my blog. Thus, I think it is important to post retorts whenever possible no matter how slanted or skewed the note.
While loveable and soft, these little creatures apparently have their nay sayers …
In reference to you blog post dated 15th April. Informative as always however one point I would like to point out one thing.
Koala’s (Phascolarctos cinereus) have a very low metabolic rate for a mammal and rests motionless for about 18 to 20 hours a day, sleeping most of that time. Koalas that are disturbed are known to be violent. Their teeth and claws are capable of causing considerable injury to humans; special handling requirements are as such applicable. Also speaking from experience, during the spring time they are not cute and cuddly in the least, many a time have we found the “looser” in a male dominance competition that ends with one less Koala.
Evil little critters that a large number have been “Domesticated” to a point where they are nearly harmless, don’t be fooled by the drugged out face!!!
Legend of the drop bear