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245 00 Koalas: The Bare Facts|h[Kanopy electronic resource] 
264  1 [San Francisco, California, USA] :|bKanopy Streaming,
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306    Duration: 50 minutes 
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500    Title from title frames. 
500    In Process Record. 
518    Originally produced by National Film and Sound Archive of 
       Australia in 1990. 
520    If you think koalas are cute and cuddly, sit in trees all 
       day and don't have a care in the world, this fascinating 
       documentary will surprise you. Koalas - The Bare Facts 
       reveals some intriguing aspects of this famous Australian 
       that is not a bear at all. It provides a close-up look at 
       some of this animal's behaviour both in the wild and now 
       in the suburbs that have increasingly taken over its 
       habitat. We follow as a scientist tracks koalas 
       electronically to see the devastating impact of forest 
       clearing on these extraordinary creatures. We witness the 
       progress of orphaned koalas that have been reared by human
       mothers, and the treatment of sick adults in special koala
       hospitals, using technology usually reserved only for 
       humans. There's footage of an orphaned koala that shares a
       bed with a family and watches TV from a special gum tree 
       in their sitting room and of koalas that sit in telegraph 
       poles because there are no gum trees left. We'll also 
       witness a koala's birth and a baby koala's first view out 
       of the pouch as well as the intimate sexual signalling of 
       adult koalas as they flap their ears and jerk their heads.
       A Film Australia National Interest Program. Copyright -  
       2011 National Film and Sound Archive of Australia. 
       Executive Producer: Bruce Moir, Chris Oliver Director: 
       Paul Scott Writer: Paul Scott DOP/Cinematographer: Lindsay
       Cupper, David Lourie Narrator/Presenter: Ivar Kants. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
546    In English 
653    Australian and Indigenous Studies 
653    Environmental Sciences 
653    Veterinary Science 
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