Longleat: Koala conservation scheme ‘working despite death’

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Longleat Safari Park says the remaining koalas in its conservation project are “incredibly strong”, even though one animal died earlier this year. In October 2018, five southern koalas were flown to the UK, as part of plans to create a back-up population away from the diseases and threats they face in their native Australia. Within
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