Someone help this koala mum; she has a stage five clinger on her face

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There’s an unbreakable bond between mums and their kids. But the adage doesn’t typically extend to “cling to you mother’s face for dear life and refuse to let go.”

But a pair of very rare twin koalas in Australia are pushing the limits of parental patience — especially that face-hugging one.

Koala mum ‘Nell’ and her stage five clinger babies live in the bush outside of the Raymond Island Koala & Wildlife Shelter in Victoria.

Koala twins are quite uncommon — the first recorded instance was recorded by Australia’s University of Queensland just 16 years ago.

It’s no wonder then that these two furry rascals have some seriously adorable attachment issues. Read more…

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