10 Koala emotions you will love
These wonderful cuddly animals are often called koala ‘bears’ but they are in fact marsupials, or pouched mammals.
I have come across quite few koalas when hiking in the gum forests and because they are hard to spot, it’s always a big thrill when you find one.
When I talk about a koalas emotions my friends laugh at me and say that koalas have only two emotions – sleep and more sleep
10 Koalas expressions that show emotion
The pic shows the true signs of feeling content with the world that this koala lives in. Most people can only dream of feeling this emotion.
With its eyes pulled together and ears pulled flat something is clearly worrying this little chap. Makes you want to hold and cuddle it so it feels safe.
Old blue eyes here is showing all the characteristics of someone who is blue with envy.
I suspect it’s eyeing out another koala who is chewing on a more scrumptious eucalyptus leaf.
Ha ha, what a happy chappie. Its infectious smile will lift anyone’s spirits if they are feeling a little down.
Now here is the naughty face of a baby koala. Curiosity is the emotion she is feeling and can’t wait until she’s old enough to explore her world.
Not quite sure where to look, this sweet koala wants our attention but is feeling a little shy about it.
Baby love is in the air, baby love is everywhere. This mother is showing true love.
This little fellow seems to be showing signs of suffering from a too many eucalyptus leaves, hangover. After having had a good time it is now time to pay the price.
Its wide open stare and look of total innocence usually means a feeling guilt.
“Yes you little fellow.”
This beautiful little fellow is deep in thought. Its far away slightly glazed look, tells us he is in La La land.
There you are, proof that koalas have emotions just like us.
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