While koalas live in colonies, they also live alone.
This is a hard one to explain sometimes because it’s like they live in family units, but they don’t actually get together.
You won’t see a couple of koalas sharing a tree branch and picking ticks off each other. Yet you might see a couple of koalas in different branches of the same tree, or in two trees that are beside each other.
They will most likely be ignoring each other if they belong to the same colony as they will know each other by sight, smell and sound.
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