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Calls to declare koalas as 'endangered' after reported 5,000 deaths

SBS Wednesday, 4 March 2020
A report has found 5,000 koalas are likely to have died in NSW bushfires this summer with experts calling on the marsupial to be listed as an endangered species.
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