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The main threats for Koala deaths are a loss of habitat, vehicle hits, dogs and development.

"It is estimated that 10 million koalas existed in Australia at the time of European settlement in 1788, but only 100,000 koalas remain now.
Koalas could be wiped out along Australia's eastern coastline within 12 years because of urban and agricultural sprawl."
Reference:'Koalas facing extinction'. (2004, Jun 09). Coventry Evening Telegraph.


 
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