July 2012
Australian Geographic;Jul/Aug2012, Issue 109, p120
The article reports that koala is now listed as vulnerable under the Commonwealth Endangered Species and Biodiversity Conservation Act. Koalas in Queensland, New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory are officially Vulnerable, while koalas in Victoria and South Australia aren't considered threatened.


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