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Just to set the record straight - koalas aren't actually bears and nobody in Australia would use the term "bear" in referring to them. Why not have a question like "A koala belongs to what class of animals? a.Fish, b.Birds, c.Bears, d.Marsupials.
But more importantly can Koala fingerprints be distinguished from Drop Bear fingerprints?
Drop bears! I'd forgotten about them. And what about hoop snakes?
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I couldn't get this answer correct because there is no such thing as a Koala Bear. It's just a Koala.
Don Spencer - Please Don't Call Me A Koala Bear
I could't get the answer.
Is it sad that I learned this from GameGrumps?
An old topic huh!A koala is a marsupial, and koalas bear the weight of their young when carrying them.
Saying koala bear is as silly as saying a lion sloth.