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Koala is one of the most recognisable symbol of Australia. Sadly, being iconic and symbolic is not enough to save the koala from the threat of extinction. In the 1920’s, hundreds of thousands of koalas were shot for the fur trade and now koalas are contending with the consequences of ongoing excessive tree-clearing for agricultural and urban development in Queensland and New South Wales.

(Source: www.wwf.org.au)

But there is much we can do to save the koala and the many other species that inhabit the Australian bush

Koala is one of the most recognisable symbol of Australia. Sadly, being iconic and symbolic is not enough to save the koala from the threat of extinction. In the 1920’s, hundreds of thousands of koalas were shot for the fur trade and now koalas are contending with the consequences of ongoing excessive tree-clearing for agricultural and urban development in Queensland and New South Wales.

(Source: www.wwf.org.au)

But there is much we can do to save the koala and the many other species that inhabit the Australian bush

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Protect and Restore Their Homes Before It’s Too Late.

Protect and Restore Their Homes Before It’s Too Late.

Millions of Koalas Were Killed for Fur Trade

Australian government to declare the Koala a ‘Protected Species’

The Australian government lists the koala as ‘Vulnerable’.

Research shows koala population declines of 40% in Queensland and 33% in New South Wales

Koalas were extinct in South Australia

Australia ranks 5th in the world for deforestation rates, the koala’s geographical range has shrunk by more than 50%

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Protect and Restore Their Homes Before It’s Too Late.

Support the Koala Protection ACT with BACK.PEDIC

Join us to ensure our future generations get to see these iconic Aussie animals in the wild.

Every year, partial profit of Back.Pedic goes to WWF to protect the koalas before they are gone forever.

Join us to ensure our future generations get to see these iconic Aussie animals in the wild.

Every year, partial profit of Back.Pedic goes to WWF to protect the koalas before they are gone forever.

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