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Koalas could go extinct in Australian state of NSW ‘before 2050’

By France24
30 June 2020   |   12:07 pm
Koalas will become extinct before 2050 in NSW unless there is urgent government intervention to prevent habitat loss, a year-long inquiry has found. The NSW parliamentary inquiry also finds that a government estimate that there are 36,000 koalas in the state is outdated and unreliable.

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