Translation of koala in Spanish:

koala

koala, n.

Pronunciation /koʊˈɑlə//kəʊˈɑːlə/

noun

also koala bear

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    koala masculine
    • Well the koala is an Australian icon when it comes to tourism.
    • Thousands of animals, including kangaroos, koalas, wombats and reptiles, are dead.
    • Thousands of animals were killed, including tigers, lions, elephants, camels, and koalas.
    • Female koalas give birth to a single offspring every two years.
    • More than 20 Eucalyptus species provide sustenance for koalas, but in any given region, the marsupials eat only a few species.
    • In 1997 I participated in a study of the contribution of koalas to the Australian tourism industry.
    • Bush fires are terrorising Australia's cuddly national icon, the koala.
    • One approach worthy of serious consideration would be to charge a fee for visitors to Kangaroo Island to hunt koalas.
    • Dale is from Australia and captivated his audience with stories of crocodiles and koalas.
    • Like their koala cousins, wombats have a hardened layer over the muscles of their rump; a very hardened layer.
    • In Sydney, ice sculptures of kangaroos and koalas melted during a protest by green groups over Australia's refusal to ratify the pact.
    • The leaflet includes hints on how to find koalas, directions to the Koala Care and Research Centre, and how to contact Friends of the Koala.
    • I was surrounded by at least a dozen baby kangaroos, wallabies, or koalas all my life.
    • For weeks now Friends of the Koalas has been responding to numerous calls regarding koalas in potentially dangerous locations.
    • Certainly sloths in South America and koalas in Austrailia wouldn't have survived the trip?
    • This year's Olympic Games turned the world's eye to the country of koalas and kangaroos.
    • Amateur fossil hunters have helped to uncover the oldest known ancestor to kangaroos, koalas, possums, and wombats.
    • Becky fulfilled another ambition to cuddle a koala at Australia Zoo, home of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin.
    • Further, koalas have an unusually low metabolic rate, which also reduces their need for food.
    • Wildlife officials estimate thousands of native animals, including koalas, have been killed or injured in the fires.