There’s little wonder why Australia’s koalas keep getting compared to teddy bears, thanks to their beadlike eyes and big, slightly comical noses.
Particularly when you look at this koala joey Tarni, pictured hanging on the back of its mother in a Facebook post by Perth Zoo in Australia.
Tarni is the first koala to be bred successfully at the zoo in 15 years, where he was born in May, but has only just started appearing in public.
“The successful birth is the result of matchmaking Perth Zoo’s male koala, ‘Slater’ with a new female, ‘Wanda,’ who arrived from Taronga Zoo,” according to a zoo spokesperson in a statement to the West Australian. Read more…