Koala population has declined by 30% since 2018: study

The koala population across Australia has declined by 30 percent since 2018 due to factors such as climate change, land clearing, mining, agriculture and devastating bushfires, according to a report by the Australian Koalas Foundation (AKF) published on Monday.

The report says that the population of these marsupials decreased from between 45,745 – 82,170 in 2018 to between 32,065 – 57,920 currently. EFE

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