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How to cartoon a koala

What else do you want to draw? Click on a choice below.

A giraffe? a koala? a lion? a pig? a hippo? a turtle?
a poodle and a pooch?

Follow the cartoon key to help you draw a koala.

The slow-moving koala spends most of its time wedged in the fork of a tree asleep. Koalas have no tails, but do possess long curved claws to make clinging to branches possible.

They have unusually long arms which can lock into a vice-like grip to help in holding on - even in high winds.

Koalas eat one thing only - eucalyptus leaves. They almost never come down from their trees. Like the possum, the koala has a small pouch in which to carry its single offspring.

When you cartoon your koala, make sure it's in a tree and preferably dozing.

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