Philanthropists Acquire Nearly 4,000 Hectares of NSW Koala Habitat for Conservation

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  • Australian philanthropists have acquired almost 4000 hectares of koala habitats in New South Wales.
  • Scientists estimate this habitat will be home for more than 100 vertebrate species, including the koala and 11 other animals listed as threatened.
  • The ecosystems on the property range from dry sclerophyll forests at its peaks to wet rainforests in the deeper gullies and are sustainable for conservation.

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