Raymond Island’s koala population is posing problems for the local community. An overpopulation of koalas in the area has resulted in a lack of habitat and food source, leaving many of Australia’s iconic marsupials hungry and distressed.

Australian university fellows say the crisis is multi-layered and complex and urgently needs to be addressed.

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Featured in storyDr Desley Whisson, lecturer in Wildlide and Conservation Biology at Deakin UniversityBen Moore, Senior Lecturer at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at Western Sydney UniversityWendy Wright, Associate Professor of Conservation Biology at Federation University Australia

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