Stress and Habitat Linked To Koala Recovery

Posted on: Mon 11 Mar 2019

New research has found the psychological state of wild koalas and the location they are rescued from, can have significant impacts on their chances of recovery and rehabilitation. Koalas are the most stressed in rural and rural-urban fringe zones.

Can Koala’s adapt to living in metropolitan areas?

Lead researcher of the study, Edward Narayan, Senior Lecturer in Animal Science from Western Sydney University joins Breakfast’s Tom Mann to find out more.

Produced by Zoe Kounadis

Image Sourced: Wikimedia Commons


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